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Maldives Pole and Line and Handline Tuna Fishery
The Maldives Pole and Line Skipjack Tuna Fishery embraces an ancient, highly selective, and low impact form of fishing. With their skipjack fishery MSC certified, the Maldives is also playing a key role at the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) to develop the region's sustainable fishing credentials.
Western and Central Pacific Tuna Fisheries
Spanning from the eastern shores of Malaysia and Indonesia, as far south as the northern shores of Australia to the entire West Coast of the U.S. and Central America, the Western and Central Pacific Tuna Fishery occupies a large swatch of ocean whose depth and temperature are ideal for tuna. These two fisheries use the purse seine fishing method to catch free swimming schools of skipjack tuna and are certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), which includes strict limits on bycatch and are scientifically monitored in order to ensure the natural biodiversity of the Pacific Ocean for generations to come.
Fiji Albacore Longline Fishery
For the small island nation of Fiji, its beautiful and vibrant marine life has attracted hundreds of thousands of tourists each year to snorkel and dive. By becoming MSC certified, the Fijian Albacore Longline Fishery represents a commitment to safeguard the area's natural biodiversity for years to come.
Cook Islands Albacore Longline Fishery
Made up of 15 small islands, the Cook Islands are an exotic, untouched paradise for visitors and home to 20,000 residents. The Cook Islands South Pacific Albacore Longline Fishery produces 2,500 tons of tuna every year, making seafood one of the largest export commodities for the islands. By achieving MSC certification, the fishery will help protect marine ecosystems for generations to come and safeguard the livelihood for many of the residents.
Alaska Salmon Fishery
Alaska is home to picturesque mountains, amazing wildlife, and the largest sockeye Salmon fishery in the world. Among other techniques, this fishery uses spotter planes to monitor fishery harvests and prevent overfishing.
Iturup Island Pink and Chum Salmon Fishery
Home to hot springs and active volcanoes, Iturup Island is a beautiful nature reserve. Minimizing impact on the habitat is very important, so this fishery uses stationary traps to closely target salmon and avoid bycatch.
Scottish Pelagic Sustainability Group Ltd (SPSG) North Sea Herring Fishery
CSHMAC Celtic Sea Herring Fishery
We source our sardines from both of these European fisheries, which employ sonar to better target fish and reduce bycatch.
Oregon Pink Shrimp Fishery
In the crisp waters off the beautiful Oregon coast, you'll see this fishery's boats, trawling for Pink Shrimp. The fishery is MSC certified sustainable and employs specially engineered fishing nets that reduce bycatch by allowing non-targeted marine life to safely escape.
New Zealand Albacore Tuna Troll
White sand beaches and years of isolation have made New Zealand's biodiversity unique. This trolling fishery uses towing lures or baits near the surface of moving boats, and their commitment to sustainability will help preserve the area's beautiful marine life.
US North Pacific Albacore Tuna Fishery
The AAFA & WFOA North Pacific Albacore Tuna Fishery utilizes MSC-certified tactics to provide approximately 15% of North Pacific albacore. By employing a combination of pole-and-line and troll-and-jig fishing methods, this fishery is committed to “clean” fishing methods that catch one fish at a time, eliminating bycatch of non-target species.