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Fish and Chip shops across the UK and Ireland help to #TurnTheTide

The MSC's #TurnTheTide campaign celebrates sustainable fish & chips.
Fish and chips meal

The MSC’s #TurnTheTide campaign celebrates the collective impact achieved by 75 MSC certified fish and chip shops across the UK and Ireland. By visiting these fish and chip shops, buying the quintessential British takeaway and sharing your experience online you can help promote their fantastic efforts and encourage others to help #TurnTheTide with us!

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Sustainable studies: Cornell University’s commitment to certified seafood

Steven Miller, Director of culinary operations at Cornell University, talks sustainability.
Chef Steven Miller of Cornell University, New York state talking to diners at table

Steven Miller is Director of Culinary Operations at prestigious Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Cornell received MSC’s Chain of Custody certification in 2012 and all the wild-caught seafood served across its 30 eateries is certified sustainable. Cornell also serves sustainable farmed seafood. Steven talks to us about his career and Cornell’s commitments to sustainability.

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MSC inside story: Why you can trust MSC ecolabelled seafood

These days people are increasingly concerned about where their food comes from. DNA testing prove MSC labelled products come from a certified sustainable fishery.
DNA testing of fish samples at lab

Alison Roel is a product integrity manager in the MSC’s Standards team. She has been instrumental in the coordination of DNA testing on MSC labelled products.  In late 2013, Alison appeared in an episode of the National Geographic Wild documentary series Mission: Save the Ocean discussing her work. Here she talks about her experience and why traceability is important.

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