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McDonald’s will shift (very slowly) to sustainable beef

Originally posted on Grist:
We aren’t suggesting that you try this, but should you venture into a McDonald’s a few years from now and order a hamburger, some of the beef you end up eating may have come from a…

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Mislabeling damages consumer trust in seafood

Originally posted on The Coastal House:
seafoodsource.com reports: The deliberate mislabelling of seafood has the potential to damage an industry valued for its quality and sustainability. Recent press coverage of this issue in the U.K. has raised concerns that weakly…

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Fillet-O-Fish from sustainable fisheries

The fast-food chain, McDonald’s, has been selling Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)-certified fish since 2011 in 39 European countries. Last week it announced that it will start to display the MSC label on packaging for fish products in the United States.

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Seafood is getting more popular in Britain

Continuing my thoughts about seafood, I’ll point to what my fellow blogger Eivind Burkow at The Coastal House says about restaurant trends in Britain. Apparently the trend towards seafood involves more sushi. Sushi isn’t always sustainable and it isn’t always … Continue reading

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