Aker BioMarine’s Antarctic Krill Fishery Operations Re-certified by MSC
Last week Aker BioMarine received its third certification from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for its sustainable Antarctic krill fishery. The company, the first to be certified for krill, received the certification in 2010.
The independent assessment report, released last week, noted that Aker BioMarine’s key sustainability strengths include the minimum amount of bycatch, its 100 percent observer coverage on its vessels, and the active partnerships with NGOs and scientific institutes that have raised standards in the fishery.
To display the MSC blue label, companies must demonstrate that they are ...
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