RFS - What's New?

Internationalisation

In 2017, Seafish launched a public procurement exercise to find a not-for-profit entity to operate, manage and deliver the RFS on a global scale. Now, an agreement has been signed to migrate the RFS to the Global Aquaculture Alliance’s new Global Seafood Assurances programme.

RFS Newsletters

Our regular RFS Updates are circulated to registered contacts across the Seafood Industry, from fishermen to retailers throughout the UK and beyond, and are the best way to keep up to date with our progress.

Feedback on the RFS Standard

Seafish welcomes your feedback on the Responsible Fishing Scheme as part of the annual review of the RFS Standard. The annual review process allows for minor amendments to the RFS Standard to ensure that the scheme is meeting its overall objective to “promote a responsible fishing industry, assuring good practice from sea to quayside and contribute to its long term viability”.

RFS Member stories - Interfish is 1st RFS fleet

Leading the way as RFS's first entire fleet to be certified is a "real achievement" for skippers and crew, according to fleet owners and fish processors Interfish.

RFS Member stories - James Anderson & the Alison Kay

In September 2017, the 'Alison Kay', a whitefish vessel owned by skipper James Anderson, became the 100th vessel to meet the strict standards set by the RFS.

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