This is the second of a three-part blog series by IPNLF and its Member, Anova Food USA. It tells the story of Anova's North Buru handline fishery and its journey towards Fair Trade certification and MSC full assessment, which started in February 2019. In this post, Anova describes the traceability journey in supporting socio-economic and environmental improvements in the Indonesian handline yellowfin tuna fishery
13th November 2019
The need for dynamic data was a key part of a presentation delivered by Martin Purves, IPNLF Managing Director, at a recent meeting discussing Indonesian fisheries initiatives and progress with key funders.
7th November 2019
They will be tremendous assets as we work to increase the recognition and support for coastal tuna fisheries that earn their living by one-by-one fishing.
16th October 2019
11th October 2019
Joining the intergovernmental body will give a stronger voice to the world’s one-by-one tuna fisheries
10th October 2019
This is the first of a three-part blog series by IPNLF and its Member, Anova Food, telling the story of Anova’s North Buru handline fishery and its journey towards Fair Trade certification and MSC full assessment, which started in February 2019.
9th October 2019
Indonesian fisher, Yusran Tomia goes out every morning to catch tuna using the traditional handline method that he and his neighbours have been using for generations.
3rd October 2019
The California-based seafood importer and distributor of Java® brand seafood becomes the latest Member of the International Pole & Line Foundation
30th September 2019
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