PNA Expects to Double its MSC-Certified Tuna Harvest in 2017
SEAFOODNEWS.COM [SeafoodNews] January 5, 2017
Majuro, Marshall Islands -- The Parties to the Nauru Agreement expect to double their Marine Stewardship Council-caught tuna in the Pacific fishing zones of its member nations in 2017, to meet growing global market demand for sustainable fish.
The PNA operates a MSC-certified free school-caught skipjack and yellowfin tuna fishery in the western and central Pacific.
In 2016, tuna fishing fleets complying with strict chain of custody rules that met MSC certification requirements delivered more than 55,000 metric tons of sustainably caught free school tuna to market, said PNA CEO Ludwig Kumoru...
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