There are several ways to contribute to the development and operations of the ASC
Visit our standards review and new standards pages to see where you can provide input
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- Certified farm sites
- Certified suppliers
- ASC labelled products to consumers
The ASC certification standards are a wonderful tool to ensure that our decisions and best practices have a positive impact on our customers and waters.
By educating the people in our communities, we are hoping that they will form and become part of Omarsa, that way ensuring that they have a better future for themselves and their families—keeping them away from drugs, away from gangs, and from bad influences.
It’s a tough certificate to get, so I will display my certificate with pride.
Tokyo-based social and environmental organisation Seafood Legacy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC). Being one of the largest seafood markets in the world,…
The Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) has updated its Salmon Standard and published version 1.4, following a rigorous science-based review process. The revision, which has a specific scope on sea lice…
From September 1 to October 31, 2022, ASC is running a public consultation to refine proposals for two major topics in the upcoming ASC Farm Standard, Fish Health and Welfare…