Farms and companies that meet ASC’s farm or Chain of Custody standard are eligible to become certified. Independent Conformity Assessment Bodies (CABs) assess if they comply with the standards.

CABs can (temporarily) suspend or (permanently) withdraw a Farm or Chain of Custody certificate if it is determined that a certified entity no longer adheres to the applicable standard(s).

A similar principle applies to companies that have signed an ASC logo licensing agreement. If it is determined that a company does not adhere to the logo licensing terms and conditions, the agreement can be suspended or terminated.

Farm certificate suspension

The farms that have had their Farm certificate suspended can be found through the Find a Farm search tool by filtering on ‘Status’ and selecting ‘Suspended’.

Chain of Custody certificate suspension

The companies that have had their Chain of Custody certificate suspended can be found through the Find a Supplier search tool by filtering on ‘Status’ and selecting ‘Suspended’.

List of suspended Chain of Custody companies and Logo Licensing Agreements (LLAs)

The companies that have had their, Chain of Custody certificate or their Logo Licensing Agreement suspended can also be found in the below table. Please note that the table is updated on a weekly basis.

Company NameChain of Custody certificate and/or ASC Logo LicenseSuspension of Chain of Custody Certificate by CABSuspension or termination of Logo Licence AgreementReason
M.A.T - Fish Ab Oy.ASC-C-0326011-Nov-22Client does not agree to an audit within 90 days of the due date
Nordsee GmbHASC-C-0121823-Sep-22Demonstrable breakdown in the CoC caused by the client's actions or inaction.
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