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.

Ocean Outcomes is looking for information!

All qualified firms with experience in industrial and artisanal fisheries, who can provide digital solutions for seafood supply chain transparency, should apply.

Paving over the Global Gender Gap in Fisheries

Dispatch from the Philippines on how USAID Oceans worked with the Philippines government to take a inside look at gender in its traceability program

SALT's new series: Overcoming Barriers: Solutions for adopting electronic traceability

The five-part series will cover barriers such as prohibitive cost and unclear benefits, interoperability, behavior change, and technology issues. The first two blogs in this series focus on whether implementing electronic traceability is worth it.

Towards a Sustainable Future for Seafood in Japan

FishWise’s Ashley Greenley recounts how the growing eminence of Seafood Legacy’s Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Summit is one of many signs that Japan is paving a more sustainable course for its oceans.