SeaChoice News

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Overwaitea Food Group Dropped by SeaChoice – August 11, 2015

Sustainable Label Confusion Thrives in Lack of Regulation – August 11, 2015

Overwaitea Food Group Dropped by Sustainable Seafood Program SeaChoice – August 11, 2015

Raising Salmon Right – July 31, 2015

Canada’s pacific groundfish trawl habitat agreement: A global first in an ecosystem approach to bottom trawl impacts – July 2015

Vancouver Chef Ned Bell, Chefs for Oceans push for Sustainable Seafood – June 17, 2015

Conservation Groups Welcome Protection for Strait of Georgia’s Unique Glass Sponge Reefs -June 5, 2015

Genetically-modified salmon approval faces lawsuit – January 22, 2015

Do you know what’s in your sushi? – December 2, 2014

Vancouver Chef Ned Bell Rides Across Canada for Sustainable Seafood – September 10, 2014

For multiple Chefs for Oceans media stories featuring SeaChoice visit here!

Salmon grown in land-based tanks comes to market – May 15, 2014

Fisheries in Troubled Waters -April 8, 2014

Food Matters – Safeway, McDonald’s Go Sustainable Seafood! – January 31, 2013

Sustainable Seafood Program Launched by Canada Safeway – January 25, 2013

How much sushi is safe to eat? – June 13, 2012

New organic seafood standard muddles the water – May15, 2012

Sorting seafood at Co-op grocery stores – May 4, 2012

BC spot prawns season: spot the suitable wines

Sask Co-ops reeling in eco-friendly catch

SeaChoice for Co-ops customers

FCL reels in eco-friendly catch

Trawling for Fish? Don’t mind if you do.

Chedabucto Bay trap caught shrimp recognized for sustainability and quality

Greenpeace Survey: More Canadian companies sourcing canned tuna responsibly

Is fish farming harming our oceans?

SeaChoice removes Pacific herring from its consumber website

Safeway to source only sustainable, traceable seafood by 2015

Overwaitea Food Group Stores Roll out Sustainable Sushi Options