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.
New research by @mandy_doddema on role and responses of Indonesian #tuna processing companies to public and private… https://t.co/M2yB7yc60S
We are thrilled to introduce two SALT small grant recipients, @FutureofFish and the Centre for Marinelife Conserva… https://t.co/bJ52tyK4OM
We want to hear from you! What kind of content is most helpful for your #seafood #traceability work? What would you… https://t.co/z7vF0YksBD
#IUU fishing in Somali waters poses a significant threat to the food security, economic development, sovereignty an… https://t.co/rvvCLLPpIt
"@USAID [Oceans'] work to strengthen and promote #sustainable and traceable #seafood supply chains enhances long-te… https://t.co/jdQAYwxKPZ
Do you find yourself having bland #seafood conversations? You need "A Dash of SALT!" The SALT team is serving up a… https://t.co/UMjcaceXL1
The Norwegian Seafood Association and @IBM are embarking on a collaboration using #blockchain technology for… https://t.co/HXr98vzDWh
👎 Seafood from from illegal fishing continues to enter the EU 💡 Effective controls and traceability for ALL seafood… https://t.co/5drXrJIfhJ
News on #IUUfishing | The Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency @TunaFFA and the Pacific Community agreed to excha… https://t.co/wpCjyR3AgK