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.
Workshop: Comprehensive Traceability to Combat Illegal, Unreported, and Unregulated Fishing in Latin America and the Caribbean
November 9 @ 9:00 am
Listen to a Dash of SALT - the new podcast from the @SALTtrace for conversations with experts tracing seafood. The… https://t.co/vHTndjspJi
✨✨🎉SALT News Bonanza🎊✨✨ We churned out heaps of work these last few months. Plus #SALT is turning 5! We've got some… https://t.co/kVWHtdGqE9
#Vietnam's Prime Minister has asked his government's ministries and agencies to put an end to IUU fishing by the en… https://t.co/R7Ypj3WAJB
Japan announced its #IUU regulation back in December, committing to eliminating illegal products from its market. J… https://t.co/Ko8O8HRfb0
SALT believes in the power of #Collaboration and #KnowledgeSharing. To better serve our community, we are updating… https://t.co/X5fjDceJ7y
SALT is #HIRING! Are you passionate about working with a global community to support seafood traceability efforts,… https://t.co/DcQYddhhRd
What is the biggest hurdle in making a #traceability program work? It is making sure to get the right stakeholders… https://t.co/wjWSqgRHCy
Drum roll please 🥁🥁🥁 SALT launched their #Podcast: Dash of SALT! Listen to our 1st episode, "How do human and lab… https://t.co/9wfhKv9ZWd
Hope to see you tomorrow! https://t.co/Go33PtM4rc
¡espero verte mañana! https://t.co/piKu15wVk3