Seafood stakeholders push for stricter sustainability measures in landmark Fisheries Bill

Cecilia Keating
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Raft of UK supermarkets and food brands warn government's current proposals could damage the ability of UK fishing communities to meet growing demand for sustainable seafood

Over 20 of the UK's largest supermarkets and food brands have today joined forces to urge the government to reassess the sustainability credentials contained in the Fisheries Bill currently working its...

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