Sustainable seafood means healthy oceans

How We Work

Join us at Seafood Expo North America

Visit us at Booth #1073 to learn more about how we can help you improve the sustainability of your seafood supply. March 12-14 in Boston.

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About Us

We leverage the power of retailers, seafood buyers, and their supply chains to protect the environment, rebuild depleted fish stocks, and advance opportunities for fishing communities worldwide.

About Us

How We Work

We work with stakeholders throughout the supply chain to improve fishing and aquaculture and advance sustainable seafood production.

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    Partner with Retailers, Restaurants, and Brands

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    Mobilize the Seafood Supply Chain

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    Supply Chain Roundtables

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    Tools, Science, and Services

How We Work
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Impact and Initiatives

We tackle major challenges to seafood sustainability, through effective fisheries management, small-scale fisheries policy, protection of ocean wildlife, and sustainable aquaculture, with a focus on increasing industry capacity and leadership for long-term sustainability.

Impact & Initiatives

Supply Chain Roundtables and Innovation

“Crossing the Chasm,” a four-part Seafood Source series features interviews with key SFP Supply Chain Roundtable players about how they are pushing for wider adoption of sustainable practices in the global seafood industry.

Publications

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  • December 9, 2022

    Briefings

    Reversing the Decline of Sharks, Sea Turtles, and Seabirds in the Western Central Pacific Ocean: An opportunity for major tuna buyers

    How buyers of longline-caught canned and fresh/frozen tuna can reverse the decline of ocean wildlife in the Western Central Pacific Ocean by requiring the use of best practices and observation coverage in their source fisheries.
  • December 9, 2022

    Reports and Papers

    Technical Report: How Adoption of Bycatch Mitigation Best Practices in Longline Tuna Fisheries Can Contribute to Reducing Nature Loss in the Western Central Pacific

    A technical report that compiles detailed research on the impacts of commercial tuna longline fishing on endangered, threatened, and protected species in the Western Central Pacific Ocean, with recommendations for how buyers of longline-caught canned and fresh/frozen tuna can reverse the decline of sharks, sea turtles, and seabirds in the region.
  • November 16, 2022

    Briefings

    How Coastal Shrimp Farming Can Support Mangrove Regeneration

    How the shrimp farming industry can maximize the benefits of restoring mangroves from abandoned and active shrimp ponds by adopting a landscape approach to aquaculture management.

Where We Work

SFP and our partners have reached more than 60 countries and hundreds of fisheries, in nearly all of the world’s oceans and seas.

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