Thursday, November 5, 2009

Kanaloa Forging the Way to Sustainable Seafood

Kanaloa helps international seafood sustainability movement. Last month Kanaloa Seafood owner, Don Disraeli, attended an international symposium that brought together multiple stakeholders dedicated to providing the global seafood supply chain with innovative new ideas on sustainability. Don represented Kanaloa Seafood Market amongst a group comprised of individuals from highly respected organizations such as the United Nations Food and Agriculture Administration, World Wildlife Fund, Marine Stewardship Council, United States National Marine Fisheries Service, US Department of Agriculture, the Namibia Department of Fisheries and Marine Resources, Marine Harvest Canada, Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization, Kona Blue Water Farms, and Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Kanaloa Seafood Market is the only seafood wholesaler/retailer/processor to be owned by accredited scientists. Don and Randee Disraeli continue to demonstrate the importance of creating a comprehensive environmental program through Kanaloa’s commitment to complying with the international business standard, ISO 14001. With advanced degrees from Scripps Institution of Oceanography, the Disraelis take a scientific approach to sustainable seafood that helps Kanaloa stay at the forefront of creating innovative business practices and insuring top-quality, environmentally-responsible seafood.

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