SALT’s website showcases seafood traceability efforts around the globe to ignite collaboration
SALT promotes legal and sustainable fisheries by expanding electronic traceability to benefit our ocean economy, environment, and seafood laborers.
Forced labor linked to seafood supply in 55 countries
93% of marine fisheries are fished at or above sustainable levels, yet seafood consumption continues to rise.
The PescaData app: Mobilizing knowledge and creating a more just digital economy for small-scale fishers (Virtual)
#FlashbackFriday to when our team could travel. In the Philippines, we shared lessons from the government who insta… https://t.co/AHmD0NaKYo
Back in 2020 @TheGDST set data standards for the seafood industry to make #seafood #traceability systems… https://t.co/JT2jXjB6j2
Are you a tech vendor or an entrepreneur passionate about #foodsafety and #traceabilty? Check out @US_FDA 's New Er… https://t.co/Ic4KkTtGi7
On #WorldOceansDay, SALT is celebrating our community's work to create collaborative solutions for #sustainable and… https://t.co/G4268kGs0C
Today is a good day to think about all the government agencies, workers, industry, environmental, social, and techn… https://t.co/LawCV5dyZy
Tomorrow is the UN International Day for the Fight Against IUU Fishing. Tracing seafood is one tool to help prevent… https://t.co/2FLYSk8nzU
Are you building a seafood traceability program? Realize the ecological, social, and economic benefits by referring… https://t.co/OXmVlyaCLK
New: How to Stop Illegal Fishing: Denial of Port Entry and Use Denying port entry/use is a game changer for States… https://t.co/COHHT7ek2r
We thank you/our collaborators for spotlighting our work. #TraceableTogether https://t.co/um0sMPGdmM
Attention all traceability gurus! Due May 31st. https://t.co/uYNtpHVhU7