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  • Chefs for the Blue wins 2018 Seafood Co-Lab competition

    The seafood community turned out in force to choose a winner of the first annual Seafood Co-Lab, with more than 5,500 votes from 53 countries counted during a 4-week voting window. Voters chose between four finalists selected by judges from a pool of collaborative sustainability proposals. The winning project, “Chefs for the Blue: Tokyo’s top […]

  • 5 Tips To Clean Pond Water With Fish In It – Home

    Most pond owners know how important it is to have good water quality. It might look like the water is clear on the surface, but you might notice your fish acting a bit strange, which means there is some off with the pond’s water. This might be confusing for most people because if you are […]

  • Pond Chemical Treatments That Are Safe For Fish | Pond Chemicals For Algae

    So you have a pond and you want to add some fish into it. But you want to make sure that the water is clean and safe for your fish to make sure that they not only survive, but thrive in there. There are several chemicals that are safe that you can use to kill […]

  • Supply chain transparency and seafood

    “If we are all going to have to get naked, we might as well get buff.” This quote from Andy Ruben, the first CSO of Walmart, is in reference to transparency. The statement came up during our interviews with companies who have already begun their journey toward greater supply chain transparency. The quote touches on […]

  • Supply chain transparency and seafood

    “If we are all going to have to get naked, we might as well get buff.” This quote from Andy Ruben, the first CSO of Walmart, is in reference to transparency. The statement came up during our interviews with companies who have already begun their journey toward greater supply chain transparency. The quote touches on […]

  • Supply chain transparency: a panel interview with the experts

    We sat down with experts and innovators of supply chain transparency, in seafood and beyond, to better understand the value proposition for pursuing and achieving transparency. We wanted to understand how companies are treating transparency as a business opportunity rather than an obstacle. Whether you’re a seafood retailer, distributor, supplier, or a fisher on the […]

  • Trust and the value of communication

    “Trust is in crisis around the world.” So concludes the 2017 Edelman Trust Barometer,[1] the annual review on institutional trust produced by the global communications marketing firm Edelman, Inc. Indeed, their latest survey results find a broad decline in the general population’s confidence in all four key institutions – business, government, NGOs, and media. The […]

  • A Common Voice in Support of Domestic Aquaculture

    Aquaculture, or fish farming, continues to play an important role in seafood – aquaculture represents approximately ½ of all seafood consumed and is the greatest opportunity to increase the production of seafood – the most sustainable meat protein option available to consumers (see the Steve Gaines video below). There is a misconception that aquaculture is […]

  • Collaborate with Co-Lab

    SeaWeb serves the sustainable seafood community by nourishing a coordinated infrastructure of people and knowledge to guide, inspire and reward the seafood industry’s uptake of sustainable practices. The Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions connects leading conservation groups from North America, South America, Europe, and Japan that work with businesses throughout the supply chain from fishermen and […]

  • Success stories

    “Being able to show year-over-year progress against a baseline, and being able to speak to this movement (positive or not as positive) is essential to maintaining authenticity and transparency with stakeholders” —Jill Davies, Target Different supply chains have… read more Since setting up an office in Bentonville, Arkansas, in 2007, the Environmental Defense Fund has made […]