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

Jack Cox

Owner, Crystal Coast Fisheries
Fishery: South Atlantic Snapper Grouper

“Under a catch share management system the public can feel good about eating local seafood. We could get fish to the consumer that is sustainable and harvested in the right way, and both the public and commercial fishermen can be proud of that. The race-to-fish style of fishing simply doesn’t afford us the same opportunity.”

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