Diners chat with a server about sustainable seafood options.

GLOBAL FISHERIES & AQUACULTURE

Growing Influence With Business

Whenever you purchase seafood, whether at a restaurant or supermarket, you can make a difference by supporting businesses that commit to ocean-friendly sourcing. Use the Seafood Watch mobile app or visit SeafoodWatch.org to find business partners near you.

In 2017, Seafood Watch added 66 new partners, bringing our total number of business, restaurant and industry collaborators to more than 300 across more than 13,000 locations. Our business partners at every level of the supply chain make public commitments to source sustainable seafood.

We've distributed 60 consumer guides to date
50% of U.S. consumers say buying sustainable seafood is important

We also advise large buyers of seafood—including Aramark, Bon Appetit, Compass Group, Mars Petcare, Disney Parks and Resorts, Whole Foods and the Cheesecake Factory—to use their purchasing power to bring about meaningful change in the seafood market.

To that end, we continue to host the Food Service Roundtable, a pre-competitive forum that leverages the collective influence of corporations to promote policy reform and support improvements.

These relationships with businesses are fundamental to our growing influence with consumers, governments and the broader seafood industry—in the United States and around the world.

We collaborate with over 300 businesses, restaurants and industries
We welcomed 66 new business partners

Welcoming New Business Partners

Fresh Direct
Hello Fresh
Blue Apron
Sun Basket



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Conservation & Science Report 2017 (PDF)


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