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MSC Certification

MSC Certification

Two key tuna fisheries in the Indian Ocean and Western Pacific have taken important steps to promote sustainable management, and give tuna lovers an environmentally-responsible choice. The fisheries gained certification in late 2012 to the standards of the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), showing they are managed sustainably. This is a significant move as these regions are vital fishing grounds and fisheries worldwide are threatened by overexploitation.

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Sea Quest on Trade mission

Sea Quest on Trade mission

The Trade and Investment Seminar included Carpenters Fiji, Fiji Industries, FMF Foods Limited, Hangton Pacific Company Ltd, Punja & Sons Limited, Tropik Wood Industries Limited, Sea Quest (Fiji) Ltd, Dayals Sawmillers Limited and Dayals Artesian Water. The Trade Seminar was held in conjunction with the opening of the Trade Office in Seoul, Korea and Fiji’s National Day at the 2012 Yeosu Exposition.

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Fiji’s Albacore First Longline

Fiji’s Albacore First Longline

Fiji’s tuna industry has taken a significant leap in demonstrating the sustainability of their fishing practices. In December 2012, the Fiji Tuna Boat Owners Association (FTBOA)’s albacore longline fishery achieved the remarkable feat of becoming the country’s first to be certified as sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). What is more, the achievement is the first of its kind for any tuna longline fishery around the world. The collaborative support from the fisheries stakeholders, including WWF who provided technical input through its submissions, was vital in ensuring a robust outcome.

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