The Seafood Alliance for Legality and Traceability

SALT convenes the seafood industry, governments, funders, and non-governmental organizations around the globe to collaborate and share seafood traceability knowledge.

SALT Seeks WordPress Graphic Designer/Developer

Do you have experience designing webpages in WordPress? Apply now!

SALT Seeks a Traceability Advisor

If you work with traceability in Southeast Asia, please join our team!

SALT Seeks Digital Supply Chain Consultant

If you have experience with digital government services, apply today!

Traceability Traps & Triumphs

Watch SALT for Traceability Traps & Triumphs, a special event exploring the struggles and successes in the field of seafood traceability. Hear directly from experts around the world as they share their experiences.

Traceability lessons from a lobster coop in Belize

We visited Belize in 2019 to learn and share with the wider seafood community how The Nature Conservancy brought traceability to a lobster coop. Here's our Q&A with Julie Robinson, who distilled for us her journey in carrying out this project.

Overcoming Barriers: Solutions for adopting electronic traceability

SALT's five-part series covers barriers to embracing electronic traceability, such as prohibitive costs and unclear benefits, interoperability, behavior change, and technology issues.

Meet one of SALT's small grant recipients, MDPI!

MDPI builds networks and partnerships with various organizations, such as national and international universities, governments, development agencies, NGOs, and industry to support the development of the fishing communities and supply chains in Indonesia.