Because seafood is an important part of our diet and provides us with proteins, essential fatty oils, and vitamins and minerals necessary for a healthy lifestyle. Choose sustainable fish, protect this valuable resource and discover new tastes. Then, add value to your fish while protecting the environment, keeping your business and our oceans’ ecosystems sustainable. Make a difference by eating, buying, or selling sustainable seafood and help ensure future generations have the same love story we have with our fish today.
The seafood industry is becoming increasingly globalized. Between one third and 40% of all fish produced is now traded internationally, making fish and fisheries products one of the most traded food commodities in the world. This growth has important implications for those in developing regions, as much of what is consumed in the major developed markets is produced and processed in developing countries before being exported.
Fish and chips are a national institution in UK. Now chippies across the country are preparing to celebrate the 150th birthday of our most famous fast food. For generations, fish and chips have fed millions of memories - eaten with greasy fingers on a seaside holiday, a pay-day treat at the end of the working week or a late-night supper on the way home from the pub. Few can resist the mouth-watering combination - moist white fish in crisp golden batter, served with a generous portion of hot, fluffy chips.