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Responsible Fishing

Bluefin tuna is one of the largest fastest, and longest-lived migratory marine species in the world. These qualities have prompted researchers to study how various species of Bluefin tuna can be used as local
COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on food service workers and the restaurant industry. When the pandemic hit, many seafood workers left high and dry due to the climbing price of seafood, “employment shortage, port congestion,
As study conducted by 26 international organizations has published the most comprehensive assessment of highly productive and diverse marine areas to date. The report identifies and maps the areas in need of conservation. Countries
Sustainability and safety concerns have driven consumer demand for seafood companies to consider the traceability of their products. Traceability in seafood includes fraudulent substitutions, sourcing, overfishing, and recall. Recalling seafood and creating systems where
We kill an estimated 70-100 million sharks every year. Despite increased awareness and continued activism, this number increases everyday. The shark fin industry continues to expand. Just last  May, 2020, 26 tons of shark

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