Carbon footprint data for wild-caught fish

Carbon footprint data for wild-caught fish

Some Icelandic fishing companies are preparing to provide information on the carbon footprint for wildly caught fish products. Providing this information allows a more holistic approach for consumers and businesses to assess the sustainability of seafood, according to Icelandic tech company Trackwell.

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