Seafood News - Environment & Sustainability


In May, Maine resident and celebrated chef Barton Seaver released a new book, “Two if by Sea: Delicious Sustainable Seafood” that ruminates on the possibilities of cooking with seafood that “hasn't been overfished or caught in an environmentally destructive way.” The book offers advice on buying and choosing seafood and provides a guide to seafood prep and cooking techniques. In addition to being a chef and author, Seaver is also the director of the Sustainable Seafood and Health Initiative at...

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Salty Girl Seafood

Salty Girl Seafood has joined forces with the nonprofit group Wild Salmon Center to participate in this year’s "One Percent For the Planet" partnership, which requires the California-based seafood supplier to donate one percent of its annual revenues to help protect strongholds for wild salmon.

When participating in the "One Percent For the Planet" initiative – as Salty Girl has done this year and in 2015 – businesses are asked to partner with nonprofit organizations to generate positive...

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NFI Crab Council

Netherlands-based crabmeat and seafood supplier Poseidon Food is the latest company to join the National Fisheries Institute’s (NFI) Crab Council, joining Dutch-company Fisherman’s Choice as a European representative for the sustainability group.

Poseidon Food is an importer of blue swimming crab, providing a variety of crabmeat and seafood products  to its wholesale and retail clientele. The company is run by industry veterans, who have spent more than 20 years in seafood, and...

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Blue Circle Foods

Blue Circle Foods, based out of Washington, D.C., has become the International Pole & Line Foundation’s (IPNLF) 37th member, joining the nonprofit's efforts to enhance fisheries through the supply of responsibly sourced tuna procured one at a time.

Blue Circle is a premier supplier of frozen and fresh seafood to chefs, artisan retailers and exclusive distributors. The company has been focusing on traceability, animal welfare, food safety and quality since it first opened in 2005, and...

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Eric Critchlow has been named as the new U.S. Program Director for the Marine Stewardship Council, the organization announced on 19 August.

Critchlow, who once served as vice president of Lusamerica Foods and has spent 35 years in the seafood industry, will be based in MSC’s U.S. headquarters in Seattle, Washington. In his role, Critchlow will spearhead the certification body’s U.S. program as well as its commercial, fisheries and communications teams.

Moreover, Critchlow will work diligently...

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