26 Jun Bristol Receives MSC Certification
June 26, 2012, Portland, Maine – Darrell Pardy, President of Bristol Seafood, announced today that the company has received certification from the Marine Stewardship Council for its frozen at sea haddock from Norway and its frozen at sea cod and pollock from Alaska.
“The certification is an important step in assuring our customers that the products they buy from Bristol are from sustainable fisheries and that we maintain chain of custody control over the product from when it is caught to when it is bought. The MSC logo will be included on packaging in the near future to further remind customers of our commitment to responsible sourcing of product.”
About the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)
The MSC is an international non-profit organisation established to address the problem of unsustainable fishing, and safeguard seafood supplies for the future.
About Bristol Seafood
Bristol provides quality seafood to people who care about what they eat. Founded in 1992, the company enjoys a nationwide following for its steadfast adherence to its uncompromising Maine standards. This involves pairing efficiency-building technologies with finishing done the old-fashioned way – by hand. In 2015, Bristol shipped more than 6 million pounds of seafood from its facility on the Portland, Maine Fish Pier, and is the first and only fillet, mussel, and scallop processor in Maine to earn a Safe Quality Food Institute certification. Learn more at www.bristolseafood.com.