Certification Helps Make a Better Tomorrow

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Certification Helps Make a Better Tomorrow

By Sodexo guest blogger Barton Seaver - a recognized leader in sustainability and a National Geographic Society Fellow
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Seafood certification helps to make a Better Tomorrow. How? Sodexo guest blogger Barton Seaver knows how. http://bit.ly/10R2ArM
Tuesday, April 9, 2013 - 6:20pm

CAMPAIGN: Sustainability & CSR

CONTENT: Blog

Large-scale food service providers and restaurants have a unique opportunity and responsibility when it comes to ensuring the resiliency of our oceans and fisheries. The majority of seafood eaten in America is eaten outside of the home and so the choices that food service professionals make have a very real and major impact in the oceans. The Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) is one of the primary tools, of which there are many, that enable food service professionals to make informed decisions and whose rigorous chain of custody traceability insures that the product being served matches the operator’s efforts to cook up a Better Tomorrow.

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Keywords: Environment | Corporate Social Responsibility | MSC | NEW ENGLAND AQUARIUM | National Geographic Society | Responsible Business & Employee Engagement | Responsible Production & Consumption | Sodexo | The Marine Stewardship Council | US Atlantic Spiny Dogfish | alaskan cod

CAMPAIGN: Sustainability & CSR

CONTENT: Blog

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