CleanFish partner The Kampachi Company announced today that its offshore operation in La Paz, Mexico has undergone the rigorous auditing process against the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) standards, and has now been ASC certified. The company’s King Kampachi is now the world’s first ASC-certified Kampachi (Seriola rivoliana). It is available in the U.S., Canada and Mexico, and will soon be in Europe and Japan. ASC certification recognizes aquaculture producers as environmentally and socially responsible.Read More
CleanFish’s call to the seafood industry to tell its good stories on social media is making waves with coverage in Intrafish, Undercurrent and Fast Company.
If we who know aquaculture best won't speak up in its defense, we'll never realize its potential.
Twin Cities are more savvy about sustainable seafood, but what does that mean? It’s complicated
Coverage in the food section of the St. Paul, Minnesota Pioneer Press explored new developments in what sustainable seafood means and what’s available to chef and consumers, calling out Nordic Blu Salmon in their section on “The Future.”Read More
Nordic Blu Salmon was cited in an article that ran in Restaurant Hospitality and Food Management on the dramatic improvements made in aquaculture — and how they far outpace perceptions of the industry.Read More
Nordic Blu Salmon debuts at Seafood Expo North America and at retail — and wins coverage in major trade publications.Read More