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First and foremost, the MSC blue fish label means that you can be confident that any product with the logo has been internationally recognized to the MSC Chain of Custody Standard for sustainability. When you see the MSC blue fish label on our products, you can be sure it comes from a well-managed, environmentally sustainable fishery.
The aim of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is to preserve the health and wellbeing of our ocean so that generations to come will enjoy the benefits of naturally abundant seafood. If you purchase products with the MSC blue fish label, you are making a conscious decision to support healthy fish populations through buying a sustainably sourced product. It is an easy step to help the biodiversity of our planet.
Safe Catch is proud to announce that the MSC Blue Fish Label will be appearing on all Safe Catch tuna and salmon packaging by the end of 2022. This certification verifies that we use only tuna and salmon from fisheries that adhere to MSC’s strict standards. Choosing to become MSC certified sustainable is a representation of our actions and our promise to preserve and protect our marine ecosystem, including healthy fish populations for generations to come.
1. Preserve Sustainable Fish Stocks
Are enough fish left in the ocean? There can be if we collectively shift to sustainable fishing practices. To ensure healthy and productive fish populations, fisheries must share the vision and practices for a vibrant and healthy ocean that can sustain itself indefinitely.
2. Minimize Environmental Impact
What are the impacts? Simply, for our ocean ecosystems to heal and then remain healthy, fishing activity must be managed carefully so marine species and habitats can regenerate and thrive.
3. Effective Fisheries Management
Are fishing operations well managed? If fisheries adopt sustainable fishing practices, the environment will positively respond. All MSC certified fisheries must comply with relevant marine management laws and be able to adapt flexibly to changing environmental circumstances to preserve sustainable fisheries or help diminished stocks recover.