• T75 Sector Report: Snapper Grouper

    Published: 07/25/18

    In this report, SFP provides information on the current status of the snapper grouper sector and maps out a path to close the gap to Target 75. Download the report here


  • T75 Sector Report: Reduction Fisheries

    Published: 05/31/18

    The Reduction Fisheries Sector includes two main sub-groups of global supply, which are differentiated by the end markets: The Atlantic/Pacific reduction fisheries sub-group and the Asian reduction fisheries sub-group. In this report, SFP provides information on the current status of the sector in terms of volumes coming from sustainable and improving fisheries, and, most importantly, we map out a path to close the gap to Target 75.

    Download the report here.


  • T75 Sector Report: Coldwater Crab

    Published: 04/15/18

    In this report, SFP provides information on the current status of the coldwater crab sector in terms of volumes coming from sustainable and improving fisheries, and, most importantly, we map out a path to close the gap to Target 75.

    Download the report here


  • SFP Best Practices in Tuna Longline Fisheries Report

    Published: 03/09/18

    By: Alexia Morgan, Ph.D., Tom Pickerell, Ph.D.

    This report is aimed at supply chain members who wish to source responsibly-caught longline tuna and improve the environmental performance of the fisheries they source from. The report describes the bycatch impacts of longline tuna fisheries, the mitigations and measures that can substantially reduce catching non-target species. 

    Download here.


  • T75 Sector Report: Octopus

    Published: 02/28/18

    The 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


  • T75 Sector Report: Fresh and Frozen Tuna

    Published: 01/31/18

    The report, released today, 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. 

    According to the report, SFP classifies a mere 15 percent of global fresh and frozen tuna as sustainable or improving toward sustainability. Much of this percentage comes from fisheries that are already operating under FIPs, and SFP believes adding more successful FIPs to the list will help the sector achieve the T75 criteria overall.

    Download the report here


  • T75 Sector Report: Squid 2017

    Published: 01/15/18

    In this report, SFP provides information on the current status of the squid sector in terms of volumes coming from sustainable and improving fisheries, and we map out a path to close the gap to Target 75. We base the analysis on a blend of data and expert opinion on priority fisheries.  

    Download the report here.


  • SFP 2016 Annual Report

    Published: 10/27/17

    SFP's 2016 annual report highlights the organization's focus on supply chain roundtables and chronicles activities for the year. Download here.  


  • Reduction Fisheries Sustainability Overview 2017

    Published: 10/16/17

    By: Veiga, P., D. Martin, and B. Lee-Harwood

    This briefing represents the eighth edition of the SFP global sustainability overview of the main Pacific and Atlantic fish stocks used for reduction purposes (to produce fishmeal and fish oil). As in the previous edition, the 2017 analysis covers 20 stocks from 13 species and two main groups (fish and crustaceans), rated according to the sustainability assessment presented on FishSource, the SFP public database of fisheries information. The document covers the most recent assessment period for which comparable data is publicly available as of August 2017. 

    Download report here.


  • Small Scale Fisheries

    Published: 08/11/17

    SFP's informational brochure about the role of small-scale fisheries in the global seafood industry and SFP’s approach to engaging them. 

    Download here.


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