Aker Biomarine krill products confirmed as coming from sustainable fishery
Krill. (Photo: Ecoscope/Boiopics/CC BY-SA 3.0)
MSC labelled Aker Biomarine krill products come from a sustainable and well-managed fishery, as confirmed by the surveillance audits conducted every year since its certification in 2010.
The fishery has achieved MSC re-certification in 2015, when its re-assessment showed that Aker BioMarine not only continues to operate to the highest standards of environmental sustainability, it has also improved its practices and knowledge to better manage the fishery.
As a result, subject to strict traceability rules, Aker BioMarine’s krill oil nutraceutical products may continue carrying the MSC ecolabel identifying their origin from...
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