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Seafood, like most food stuff, is shipped mainly by sea across the globe. The potential environmental impact of this important part of the production cycle is never taken in consideration by sustainability certification programs or seafood guides. Friend
CFG Investment – one of the world’s largest producers of fish meal and fish oil - has recently obtained the Friend of the Sea certification for fish meal and fish oil originating from healthy stocks of Peruvian anchovies.
The Peruvian fishing and processing company Inversiones Prisco has recently concluded the Friend of the Sea certification for its canned anchovy products.
The Manischewitz Company – the largest manufacturer of processed kosher food in the U.S. - has recently obtained the Friend of the Sea certification for European anchovies, chub mackerel and European sardines.
PT Karyacipta Buanasentosa (PT KCBS), an Indonesian tuna catch and processing company, wholly owned by Yamako Pacific Pte Ltd, has recently obtained the Friend of the Sea certification for Skipjack and Yellowfin tuna.
Freitasmar – Portuguese company specialized in production of canned seafood – has recently achieved the Friend of the Sea certification for Skipjack and Yellowfin tuna.
Public interest in viewing dolphins and whales in the wild has grown significantly over the last years.
Friend of the Sea, the international certification program for products from sustainable fishing and aquaculture, is one of the key players at this year’s LAQUA exhibition, premier Latin American event.