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We set the standard for seafood. If you see the ASC label on pack, you can be sure that your seafood was farmed with care.

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By choosing ASC labelled seafood, you are making a proven, positive impact on people and the planet.

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ASC creates measurable positive change in global seafood farming.

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ASC creates measurable, positive change in global seafood farming.

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07 FAQs in Aquaculture

In this episode, Contessa Kellogg-Winters and Genevieve Hayward from the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) address some of the questions that they are most frequently asked regarding their work, the world of fish farming and the ASC.

06 Sophie Ryan – Global Salmon Initiative

Contessa Kellogg-Winters of the ASC talks to Sophie Ryan, CEO of the Global Salmon Initiative (GSI). The GSI is a collection of salmon farming companies from around the world who have come together in order to improve the sustainability of salmon farming.

05 Wayne Di Bartolo – How Aquaculture can Give Back to the Community

Today, the ASC’s Genevieve Hayward talks to Wayne Di Bartolo about how aquaculture businesses can contribute to the communities in which they are based. Wayne works for Pacific Reef Fisheries, an ASC-certified tiger prawn farm in Australia’s North Queensland.

04 Dr. Malcolm Dickson – The Quiet Revolution in Bangladesh

Tune in for a conversation with Dr. Malcolm Dickson about the quiet aquaculture revolution in Bangladesh.

03 Fish Welfare – Theory and Practice

In this episode, you’ll take a tour of a Scottish salmon farm owned by Mowi Scotland. You’ll learn about how Mowi is taking steps to keep their fish happy and healthy using careful design, cutting-edge technology, and clever biology.

02 Antonio Paladino – Aquaponics in Action

In this episode, you’ll take a tour with chef Antonio Paladino around his aquaponic farm, Bioaqua.

01 Barton Seaver – How to Pave the Way for a Future of Delicious, Sustainable Seafood

Our first guest on the show is Barton Seaver, an author, speaker, chef and well-known figure in sustainability and the farm-to-table movement.

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