Seafood Campaigns   |    Learn from other sustainable seafood marketing campaigns

Cataret Catch:

The mission of the Carteret Catch program is to sustain the livelihood and heritage of the Carteret County fishing industry through public marketing and education.

 

Gulf Wild:

Created by environmentally conscious, working Gulf Fisherman, Gulf Wild ™ involves a unique suite of sustainability, seafood safety, tracking, and marketing solutions under a single label.

 

Whole Foods:

At Whole Foods Market we believe that sustainable seafood comes from responsibly managed fish farms and marine fisheries that maintain healthy fish populations and ecosystems. Here’s how we’re doing it.

 

Publix:

We focus our seafood sourcing efforts on providing our customers with the best products and great variety while being good stewards of the environment.

 

Marine Stewardship Council (MSC):

The MSC’s fishery certification program and seafood ecolabel recognize and reward sustainable fishing. We are a global organization working with fisheries, seafood companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental choice in seafood.

 

Fish & Kids Program:

Fish & Kids is a project of the Marine Stewardship Council, designed to bring sustainable seafood sourcing to schools and restaurants.

 

Delcambre Direct Seafood:

The Twin Parish Port Commission, along with our partners Louisiana State University’s Ag Center and Sea Grant, have created a marketplace where consumers are able to contact seafood producers (fisherman) directly to purchase fresh shrimp and other seafood when they arrive at the dock. Read a recent article about this campaign at the Daily Iberian here.

Born to Fish

Chris Brown

President, Rhode Island Commercial Fishermen’s Association
Fishery: Rhode Island Fluke

“Since catch shares programs have been introduced in our area I’ve seen no downside. I’ve watched the value of the fish we’re bringing in increase by 20-25%. I see fishermen burning less fuel, having more days off, and I see an overall improvement in the quality of life for us all.”

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