Working with businesses to solve sustainable seafood’s biggest challenges
We connect leading conservation groups that work with businesses representing over 80% of the North American grocery and food-service markets.
We believe collaborating makes us more efficient and effective. Together, we share expertise and develop tools that help businesses advance their sustainable seafood commitments.
The Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions has been instrumental in guiding businesses to build smart, science-based solutions for challenging fishery and aquaculture issues."
Bill DiMento Corporate Director of Sustainability, High Liner Foods
“Finding common ground across the conservation community is essential and we appreciate the Conservation Alliance’s efforts in providing clear guidance on overcoming sustainable seafood challenges.”
Melanie Agopian Sr. Director, Sustainability, Loblaw Co. Ltd.
“Having the support of the Conservation Alliance and its member groups helps us to deliver accurate information in a clear and consistent manner to our customers.”
Robert Clark Chef, Fish Counter, Vancouver
“The Conservation Alliance has made enormous strides in bringing all stakeholders together to continuously improve the supply, designation and promotion of environmentally sustainable seafood.”
Guy Dean Vice President – Import/Export, Albion Fisheries Ltd.
“Cross-sector partnerships are essential to protecting our oceans and seafood supplies. The Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions has offered valuable advice and practical tools to help businesses like Target move ahead on sustainable seafood.”
Lisa Boyd Senior Group Manager, Food Social Responsibility, Target
“The Conservation Alliance for Seafood Solutions has been an invaluable resource for helping businesses make progress on sustainable seafood.”
Buster Houston Group Director, Seafood, Safeway
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