Seafood News Updates
Retail practices can boost the availability of sustainable seafood products
Caterers, retailers and seafood suppliers gather for a good cause
On 9 May 2017, WWF-Hong Kong organized the “Sustainable Seafood Business Seminar 2017 - How to ...
Urgent global action needed to halt vaquita extinction
With an estimated 30 or fewer individuals remaining, the vaquita are the focus of new WWF analysis ...
How much do you know about shark fin?
You may have heard about the many different names for shark fin, Hai Hu, Tian Jiu, Ya Jian, Wu ...
Major Hong Kong Supermarket Groups Fail to Provide Sufficient and Accurate Information on Seafood Products Consumers are being misled and overcharged for mislabelled seafood
Today, WWF published new research detailing serious flaws in the transparency and reliability of ...
WWF-Hong Kong Reveals Seafood in Local Supermarkets Contains Threatened Species, Banned Chemicals and Involves Human Rights Abuses Supermarket procurement policies must be improved immediately
Today, WWF-Hong Kong announced the results of an investigation called Seafood Supply Chain Risk in ...
Sustainable seafood in Australian supermarkets – showing Hong Kong how it’s done
Around the world, the supermarket is top location for consumers purchasing seafood items. Being so ...
Golden threadfin bream: cheap in the past, but now we’re paying the price
Golden threadfin bream used to be one of the most commonly-consumed fish in Hong Kong. Pan-fried ...
IKEA leads the retail sector by committing to 100% sustainable seafood
Have you been to a Hong Kong IKEA store recently? If so, you may have noticed their promotions on ...
WWF welcomes MSC’s ban on shark fin shipments
WWF-Hong Kong welcomes the announcement that Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) has placed a ban ...