• May 2020 ENews

    Published: 05/21/20

    The May edition of the SFP ENewsletter is here


  • Embedding Social Issues in Fishery Improvement Efforts

    Published: 04/28/20

    SFP report on embedding social issues in fishery improvement efforts 2019 - SFP Guidance to Retailers and Suppliers.  Updated with respect to Covid-19 in April 2020.

    Download the report here

    Download the annex here


  • 2019 Reduction Fisheries Report

    Published: 10/28/19

    A review of the management of the leading European and Latin American fisheries used for fishmeal and fish oil has concluded that 88 percent of the volume comes from fisheries that are at least “reasonably well-managed.”

    The report, which analyzes 26 reduction fishery stocks worldwide, also identified an increase of 2 percent in the volume of fish from fisheries that are considered “poorly managed.”

    Download here.


  • Aquaculture Improvement Project (AIP) Toolkit

    Published: 09/25/19

    The AIP toolkit provides some general guidance on how to initiate and run an AIP, as well as templates and examples of documentation to support project implementation.

    Download here.


  • Introduction to Aquaculture Improvement Projects (AIP)

    Published: 09/25/19

    An introduction to Aquaculture Improvement Projects (AIP), a multi-stakeholder effort to address environmental challenges in aquaculture production. 

    Download here.


  • SFP Annual Report 2018

    Published: 08/14/19

    SFP's annual report for 2018 can be found here as a PDF download.


  • Supply Chain Roundtables Fact Sheet

    Published: 03/28/19

    A one-page description of supply chain roundtables (SRs).

    Download here


  • Reducing Bycatch of Endangered, Threatened, and Protected Species in Key Fisheries

    Published: 01/15/19

    By: SFP

    Bycatch of endangered, threatened, and protected (ETP) species in fisheries remains one of the greatest threats to many species of sea turtles, marine mammals, seabirds, sharks, and rays. As key stakeholders of fishery improvement projects (FIPs) have already committed to improving sustainability of their fisheries, these FIPs can serve as catalysts for broader policy and market sustainability improvements. Through this project, SFP has focused on catalyzing improvements in bycatch monitoring and mitigation efforts in fisheries associated with FIPs, with the aim of leveraging change in other, similar fisheries. 

    Download the report here


  • T75 Sector Report: Mahi

    Published: 12/19/18

    The T75 mahi sector report is the latest sector report focused on SFP’s Target 75 initiative, a global movement launched last year that sets the goal of seeing producers of 75 percent of the world’s seafood operating sustainably or improving toward sustainable production by the close of 2020.

    Download the report here.


  • Farmed Shrimp Strategy Report

    Published: 12/12/18

    This is a T75 Update report on farmed shrimp. The report provides information on the current status of the farmed component of the large- shrimp sector in terms of volume, and, most importantly, we map out a path to close the gap to Target 75.

    Download the report here


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