Certifications

Standards of quality, traceability and sustainability are elements that guide the activities of Montreal Fish. Multiple certifications ensure that the products offered meet the highest standards.

Aquaculture stewardship council (ASC)
Aquaculture stewardship council (ASC)
The ASC aims to be the main certification and labelling program for fish and seafood from responsible farming. The organization aims to transform the world’s seafood markets and to promote the best environmental and social performance in the aquaculture industry. Aimed at the consumer, and increasingly recognized, the ASC label helps promote responsible practices – it creates a relationship between the farm and the market.
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Best aquaculture practices (BAP)
Best aquaculture practices (BAP)
BAP is the world’s most trusted, comprehensive and proven third-party aquaculture certification program. BAP has been improving the environmental, social and economic performance of all stakeholders in the aquaculture supply chain, as well as growing the global supply of fish and seafood, since 2002. BAP currently has more than 1,600 facilities certified worldwide.
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Marine stewardship council (MSC)
Marine stewardship council (MSC)
The MSC aims to promote sustainable fishing practices worldwide. Its program applies to the certification of wild-caught fish and seafood in freshwater and at sea. The organization aims to improve the health of the oceans, by recognizing and rewarding sustainable fishing practices and guiding the consumer in their choices.
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Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)
The Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system is a systematic and preventive method of ensuring food safety. The seven HACCP principles are internationally recognized.
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