Marine Stewardship Council

Follow the fish: Tracing tuna from the boat to shop in MSC webinar

How big are tuna, how are they caught, and are they delicious? Tuna Australia Program Manager Phil Ravanello responded to these questions and more in a Marine Stewardship Council webinar held during National Science Week 2021 for school students.

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Talking seafood and sustainability with Grant Logue of Harley & John’s Seafood

Posted in: Harley & John’s Seafood has been serving the Wollongong community since 1988. Grant Logue has been the owner for the past 12 years. In November 2020, Harley & Johns became the first independent…

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Marine Stewardship Council funds research into bait alternatives to drive progress in sustainable fishing

$90,000 awarded to Tuna Australia to investigate alternative bait use in Australian tuna fishery Tuna Australia, the industry body for commercial tuna longline fishing, is the first Australian recipient of grant funding from the Marine Stewardship Council’s (MSC)…

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Recipe: MSC yellowfin tuna with wonton crackers

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Chat with a chef: Josh Harris spruiks Australian tuna as ‘best in the world’

Posted in: When I was young, I started working in a mate’s kitchen in Brisbane. Then I moved abroad and lived in London for a couple of years and worked under a couple of world-class…

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Chat with a chef: Neil Perry says we must ‘look after the tuna we’ve got’

Posted in: I have been buying whole MSC-certified tuna and swordfish for many years from Pavo and Heidi Walker of Walker Seafoods in Mooloolaba, Queensland. They look after their fish and always send the best…

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Chat with a chef: David Allison says sustainable seafood is in demand

Posted in: We used a lot of seafood in the Qantas menus, which were developed by Neil Perry of Rockpool Consulting. One of the main seafood we used was yellowfin tuna because of its fat…

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Chat with a chef: Paul Wilson talks sustainable tuna

  Posted in: I’m consulting to Morgan’s Sorrento. It’s a busy beachside restaurant and bar in Melbourne’s spectacular Mornington Peninsula, where we have introduced a modern pub menu with tuna and seafood influences for summer….

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Talking tuna with Lisa Jacobsen of Prime Fish Australia

To celebrate Tuna Australia gaining MSC certification for the Australian Eastern Tuna & Billfish Fishery, Sally Bolton from the Marine Stewardship Council spoke with Lisa Jacobsen of Prime Fish Australia, a Tuna Australia member and MSC Chain of Custody…

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‘World-class management’: Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery receives MSC certification for sustainability

The Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery (ETBF), one of Australia’s largest fisheries, has achieved the global gold standard for sustainability with the awarding of Marine Stewardship Council certification. The MSC certification for the ETBF has been achieved thanks…

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Choosing sustainability: Why this chef looks for the blue fish tick on tuna

  Posted in: Post navigation Teeming with life: Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery certified as sustainable Related content Stay informed Industry news delivered to your inbox every 1-2 weeks First name* Last name* Company Email*…

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Teeming with life: Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery certified as sustainable

  Posted in: Post navigation GPS technology helps skippers manage longline driftChoosing sustainability: Why this chef looks for the blue fish tick on tuna Related content Stay informed Industry news delivered to your inbox every…

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