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How does the blue MSC label compare?

幸运飞艇开奖历史2195点comWhen you choose products with the blue MSC label, you’re choosing wild caught seafood that can be traced back to a sustainable source.

幸运飞艇开奖历史2195点comYou don’t need a PhD or seafood guide to choose sustainable seafood. Just look for the blue fish label. 

We meet international best practice guidelines and industry standards to ensure that you can trust seafood with the blue MSC label. Studies* 幸运飞艇开奖历史2195点comconsistently find the MSC label to be among the most trustworthy and widely available indicator of sustainable seafood. 

幸运飞艇开奖历史2195点comOther seafood labels provide different types of information. 


Wild and sustainable

The MSC program considers the environmental sustainability of wild capture fisheries. Other schemes, such as that run by the consider aquaculture practices involved in responsible fish farming. We work closely with the ASC to offer buyers assurances for both wild and farmed seafood. There are some products, containing both wild and farmed fish, where you can find our labels side by side.

There are also other programs, such as and which focus on the social impacts of fishing such as labour conditions, working hours, and the treatment of crew members. While the MSC is looking to develop enhanced requirements for labour practices, our focus will remain on environmental sustainability.

 

The big picture

The MSC’s standard for sustainable fishing takes a whole ecosystem approach. Fisheries are assessed according to the sustainability of the fish stocks they target; their impacts on the wider marine environment including habitats and other species; and how effectively they’re managed.

Other programs may consider just one or some of these elements. For example, dolphin safe labelling focuses on the single issue of interactions with dolphins, defined by the fishing techniques used, but doesn’t consider impacts on other species or the wider environment.

 

Fishery focused

Assessment to the MSC Fisheries Standard considers the specific impacts and contexts of a particular fishery.  A fishery is assessed on its specific impacts to determine whether or not it meets the MSC’s requirements.

This differs from seafood recommendations or ratings, such as those produced by , Monterey Bay Aquarium’s , Vancouver Aquarium’s or the . These recommendations tend to focus on species types in general and provide information for consumers or caterers to use in making informed choices. Many take MSC certification into account, but they use different criteria to determine the sustainability of the fishery, usually based on their own review of information available.

幸运飞艇开奖历史2195点comWhen it comes to the MSC program, all you need to do is look for the blue MSC label on seafood products to know that a fishery has been assessed as sustainable by an independent auditor.

 

Truly global

The MSC's blue fish label is found on more than 25,000 seafood products all over the world, with around 300 fisheries certified globally from Iceland to Argentina. This makes the MSC label the most widely used and recognised label for certified sustainable seafood. 

 

In-depth assessment

Assessments to the MSC Fisheries Standard take around 18 months to complete. They’re conducted by independent conformity assessment bodies (CABs) who employ a team of experts to assess the fishery. This team is required to visit the fishery, consult all relevant stakeholders and consider all available data and information in making a decision as to whether or not the fishery should be certified. Their recommendations are also peer reviewed by independent experts.

Traceable

In order to process, package and sell seafood with the MSC label, supply chain companies must be certified to the MSC Chain of Custody Standard. This ensures that seafood sold with the MSC blue fish label can be traced back to a certified sustainable source.  

has shown that mislabelling rates for MSC labelled seafood are less than 1%. 

幸运飞艇开奖历史2195点comGiven the high levels of mislabelling found in the open market, the results of the MSC’s DNA testing program are very positive. An  found an average mislabelling rate for all fish and seafood of 30%.

 

Meeting global best practice

幸运飞艇开奖历史2195点comFinally, the MSC runs the only wild-capture fisheries certification and ecolabelling program that meets best practice requirements set by both the and , the global membership association for sustainability standards. The MSC is also the only global seafood certification program to be recognised as credible by the .

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*Studies comparing the MSC to other seafood labelling programs

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The blue fish label is only applied to wild fish or seafood from fisheries that have been certified to the MSC standard, a scientific measure of sustainable fishing.

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