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Blueyou Ltd.

Progressively responsible seafood sourcing can certainly be a challenge. While there are existing fisheries and aquaculture operations that are widely recognized as sustainable, there are still significant challenges facing some of the most popular seafood choices on the market today.

Blueyou Ltd. strives to be at the forefront of transforming global seafood production towards a more sustainable future. They believe in the potential of consumer markets to help facilitate this challenging transformation. 

Implementing more sustainable fishery and aquaculture practices by means of market incentives is Blueyou Ltd.'s core area of focus and expertise. Blueyou develops projects that house elements essential to their credibility including the use of third-party auditors and product traceability. 

A primary example of this work is demonstrated by their Selva Shrimp® program. The first farmed shrimp from Southeast Asia to receive a "Best Choice" rating from the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program. This premium quality black tiger prawn is also recognized in Canada as an Ocean Wise recommendation. Selva Shrimp® is naturally raised in mangrove forests and offers not only a sustainable product but also creates a direct link between consumers and smallholder farming communities in Southeast Asia.

Another groundbreaking project was the development of the world's first shelf-stable seafood product to be certified by Fair Trade. The program works in conjunction with Maldivian canners and pole and line fishers to ensure local workers are provided a fair income. Along with the MSC certification, the project is the first and only dually certified seafood program in the world.

Along with their proprietary program and associated brand development, Blueyou offers their services to help develop and refine new or existing Fishery and Aquaculture Improvement Programs (FIP/AIP) worldwide. Foodservice, hospitality, and seafood distributors can also benefit from their services, which includes the development of seafood policies and sourcing criteria along with the analysis of existing seafood offerings. Seafood producers can take advantage of their understanding of various NGO models to have their products assessed, assist with the improvement of seafood supply chains, or perhaps impact assessments of seafood production.


Fishery improvement projects

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+1 (604) 418-2063
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Seafood Certifications
Fair Trade Certified
Marine Stewardship Council
Aquaculture Stewardship Council
Supplier Region
Sustainability Partnerships


33 results
Program Name Country State / Province
Altamar Foods Corporation United States Florida
Anova Food, LLC United States Florida
Beaver Street Fisheries, Inc. United States Florida
Blueyou Ltd. Switzerland ZH
Bristol Seafood United States Maine
Chefs Trading United States District of Columbia
Cox's Wholesale Seafood, LLC. United States Florida
Da Yang Seafood, Inc. United States Oregon
Del Pacifico Seafoods LLC United States California
Handy Seafood Incorporated United States Maryland
Hilo Fish Company, Inc. United States Hawaii
IncredibleFish, Inc. United States Florida
J.P.'s Shellfish, Inc. United States Maine
Lihini Sea Foods Ltd Sri Lanka
Lotus Seafood Inc. United States California
Maine Shellfish Company United States Maine
Meliomar, Inc. Philippines
MiCal Seafood, Inc. United States Florida
Netuno USA United States Florida
Norpac Fisheries Export United States Hawaii
North Atlantic, Inc. United States Maine
Orca Bay Seafoods, Inc. United States Washington
Orca Seafoods Mexico Yucatán
Paul Piazza & Son, Inc. United States Louisiana
Pescanova USA United States Florida
Pontchartrain Blue Crab, Inc. United States Louisiana
PT. Hatindo Makmur Indonesia Bali
Sea Delight, LLC. United States Florida
Seafarers, Inc. United States Florida
SmartFish Mexico Distrito Federal
The Fishin' Company United States Pennsylvania
The Tuna Store LLC United States Washington
Tropic Sri Lanka Sri Lanka
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