SeaChoice urges open-net pen action


SeaChoice urges the Canadian government to act on open-net pen salmon farming to protect wild populations

Transitioning to land-based systems could help protect Canada’s wild salmon population, says watchdog SeaChoice as it releases a damning report on retailers’ commitment to sustainability.

According to the 2023 Seafood Progress report, all but two retailers across Canada are selling open-net pen farmed salmon in their stores.

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