Our seas face a wide range of threats, including climate change,
pollution, habitat loss and biodiversity loss.
The UN has named unsustainable fishing as the greatest driver of marine
biodiversity loss in the world.
However, over 2 billion people around the world depend on seafood as
their primary source of animal protein.
Aquaculture already provides over half the world’s seafood. This is
often cited as the only sustainable means of increasing the fish supply
to meet the food needs of the world’s growing population.
End-consumers today are factoring environmental sustainability into
their purchasing decisions. When you choose sustainably farmed seafood,
you are not only meeting the needs of your customers, but also making
our future better.