GSA, FishChoice increase FIP traceability

Sustainable seafood

Seafood buyers helped to ensure the products they’re buying come from a credible fishery improvement project

To help retailers and other seafood-buying companies ensure the products they are buying are coming from credible fishery improvement projects (FIPs), the Global Seafood Alliance (GSA) and FishChoice have launched a new collaborative project to use GSA’s Seafood Processing Standard (SPS) to provide greater assurances and traceability for FIPs reporting on

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