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This seafood is MSC certified. This means that the fishery where it was caught has been audited by a third party and meets the MSC Fishery Standard. The standard monitors that fish stocks are healthy, environmental impacts reduced, and effective fishery management is in place. All actors along the supply chain that sell on the seafood must have an MSC chain of custody certificate, to ensure their supply is certified, identifiable and separated. This ensures all the MSC-labelled fish is wild, traceable and meets the MSC standard.

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Sustainable Development Goals
Proof Point Level
Product Business

Standard Summary

  • Monitors fish stocks

  • All fishing methods are accepted with some requirements to help reduce their environmental impact

  • Requires effective fisheries management

  • Assessed by accredited, independent certifiers

  • 5 years of certification with annual surveillance to ensure compliance

  • On-site audits

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