New approach for a sustainable future

New approach for a sustainable future

Back in February 2017, Maruha Nichiro launched a model research project studying inland cherry salmon aquaculture, with a collaborative project between Maruha Nichiro and partners in industry, government, and academia. This was the first inland aquaculture project in Japan to be certified by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) for sustainable ...

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