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Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) standards and the ASC product chain helps enterprises identify what kinds of fish are farmed responsibly in farms. CoC’s certification process include fish from “ farm to plate” to ensure the traceability to all products.
Learn about ASC standards - Aquaculture Stewardship Council
ASC - Aquaculture Stewardship Council is a non-profit and independent organization managing the world's leading certification and labeling program for responsible aquaculture. This council was established in 2010 by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Dutch Sustainable Trade Initiative (IDH) to provide a world-leading certification program for aquaculture.
A product certified by ASC must also be certified according to the Chain of Custody (CoC) standard. This provides rules for purchasing, processing, and trading of ASC certified products.
We work with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and end consumers to:
Aquaculture – related effects that are inadvertent and significantly adverse including the abuse of anti-biotic drugs and poor plant management has been minimized by ASC certification.
With the application of more than 150 performance index, ASC evaluation sustainably promotes aquaculture industry with the following standards:
ASC Standard also ensure that social rights and safety of farmworkers and residents are protected.
Benefits of ASC Certificate