Each can of Wild Selections® proudly displays the blue ecolabel of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), the world's leading sustainability certification program for wild-caught seafood. Watch this video to learn more about the rigorous MSC sustainability certification process.

Some seafood brands claim to be sustainable, but how can you be certain? Each can of Wild Selections® proudly displays the blue ecolabel of the Marine Stewar.

Western Australia’s Exmouth Gulf and Shark Bay prawns are the first fisheries under the West Australian Government’s Aus$14.5 (€10.054) million initiative to go under full assessment against the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standard for sustainable fisheries.

Exmouth Gulf and Shark Bay prawns seek the MSC blue tick

WWF has welcomed a revised and improved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) sustainable fisheries standard. The new standard, published this week, lifts conservation requirements on fisheries, excludes shark finning on certified fishing vessels and bars companies with convictions for employing forced labour from certification.

WWF welcomes improved MSC fisheries standard

The Marine Stewardship Council is the world's leading certification program for wild-caught, sustainable seafood. Each can of Wild Selections® proudly displays its blue certification ecolabel, allowing you to play a direct role in contributing to a sustainable future for our oceans.

Sustainable MSC Certified Fish & Seafood

What is MSC certification? Learn more about the Marine Stewardship Council, sustainable fishing & how we ensure Wild Selections products are sustainable!

The Northeastern Tropical Pacific purse seine yellowfin (Thunnus albacares) and skipjack (Katsuwonus pelamis) tuna fishery is voluntarily putting itself under the spotlight and scrutiny of the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC) independent assessment process.

Northeastern Tropical Pacific purse seine tuna fishery steps forward for MSC’s robust assessment process

The Marine Stewardship Council certifies sustainable seafood companies.  Look for the logo when buying seafood to make a difference and protect our marine life from being overfished.

The Marine Stewardship Council certifies sustainable seafood companies. Look for the logo when buying seafood to make a difference and protect our marine life from being overfished.

"Our Fisheries, Our Future: Sustainable Fishing in the Developing World" - Marine Stewardship Council

"Our Fisheries, Our Future: Sustainable Fishing in the Developing World" - Marine Stewardship Council

Marine Stewardship Council fishery certification program and seafood ecolabel

Marine Stewardship Council fishery certification program and seafood ecolabel

Noordzee | Marine Stewardship Council | Nederlandse haringvissers van de Pelagic Freezer-Trawler Association | www.msc.org/nl |

Noordzee | Marine Stewardship Council | Nederlandse haringvissers van de Pelagic Freezer-Trawler Association | www.msc.org/nl |

Want to know your fish is from a sustainable fishery? Check out the Marine Stewardship Council product finder tool at http://www.msc.org/... #fishfinders

Want to know your fish is from a sustainable fishery? Check out the Marine Stewardship Council product finder tool at http://www.msc.org/... #fishfinders


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