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  • Press Release

    First Russian fishery certified as sustainable

    The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) announced today that it has awarded certification to a pink and chum salmon fishery on the Kuril Island of Iturup managed by the Russian Government and Gidrostroy, a joint stock company which owns and operates the fishing, processing, and transport operations. The MSC certification program…
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    Jim Cannon named IntraFish Media’s 2009 Person of the Year

    IntraFish Media named Jim Cannon, CEO of the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP), its 2009 Person of the Year, after readers chose him in online polling from six candidates selected by IntraFish editors. Cannon was nominated for his work with SFP, a nonprofit organization he founded in 2006 to bring meaningful…
  • eNewsletter

    SFP Update March 2009

  • eNewsletter

    SFP Update February 2008

  • Publication

    Risks Associated with Using Methyl Testosterone in Tilapia Farming

    A white paper explaining why methyl testosterone is widely used by farmed tilapia producers and demonstrating why there are no risks to consumers, and no known risks to producers or the environment, if the recommended best practices are followed.
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    The Potential Risks from Farm Escaped Tilapias

    This paper summarizes the risks posed by escaped tilapias.
  • eNewsletter

    SFP Update November 2008

  • Press Release

    Major companies combine to help Russian pollock fishery seek MSC certificate

    The Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) announces today the formal launch of the Russian Pollock Fisheries Improvement Partnership. The partnership is lead by BAMR-ROLIZ, BirdsEye-Iglo Group and SFP, together with FRoSTA, Royal Greenland, FoodVest, Pickenpack, Delmar, High Liner, and the Fishin’ Company. Russian pollock fisheries are a globally significant source of…
  • eNewsletter

    SFP Update November 2007