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.
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Seafood traceability experts are at your fingertips! Send us your questions, or join the conversation in the SALT C… https://t.co/XIu3AAnRWc
This report from SALT participant Praxis-Labs is especially timely in the wake of #HumanRightsDay https://t.co/Vy5bceF9xJ
“Until the costs associated with ethical sourcing are built into the product price, the current business model...re… https://t.co/uasYGR7xBJ
Our story on five traceability takeaways from the ICT4Fisheries Conference, co-written with @SALTtrace, is featured… https://t.co/3xOe7nHuX7
SALT is visiting the #Philippines early next year to highlight how #traceability is working for small-scale… https://t.co/VvFNA7XHdN
Effective information sharing is vital for #collaboration. TOMORROW a webinar presented by @WorldBank will share be… https://t.co/hMGT7JhXUU
#ICYMI: our report and short film on #illegalfishing in Vietnam's fishing fleet is available now:… https://t.co/J0D5kSXRR8
We agree! SALT is supporting partnerships and collaboration on #Seafood #Traceability through our website. Find out… https://t.co/JS3QDJ3CX5
"Japan will require that seafood sold within its borders carry an official proof of origin, as one of the world's l… https://t.co/Jbq2OjqdTX