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The Marine Stewardship Council receives Royal approval

Posted in 1,Comment,International,Provenance,Sustainability,Sustainable Sourcing by foodservicefootprint on July 18, 2009

The Prince of Wales hosted a reception for the Marine Stewardship Council at Clarence House on Tuesday. The organisation has been promoting sustainable fishing practices across the globe and has been responsible for a great deal of enlightenment in foodservice.

His Royal Highness compared the debate on fish resources with the failure to recognise the threat of climate change. The subject was ‘quite literally out of sight, out of mind’ he said.

Footprint is a great admirer of the MSC and is delighted that the Prince of Wales has managed to bring its work into the public’s consciousness.

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