Seafood Legacy Co., Ltd. is a social venture based in Tokyo that provides sustainable seafood consulting and platforming services to Japanese seafood businesses and the government. Seafood is a symbol of the connections between marine ecosystems, marine economics, and regional communities, and our purpose is to ensure that it remains abundant for future generations. Seafood Legacy also strategically networks seafood businesses and NGOs to foster pre-competitive platforms to solve mutual issues that various stakeholders face in Japan and the world.
We deal in Chilean salmon and mussels as our main products. Both are BAP certified.
ASC Japan has staff members who specialize in specific fields like aquaculture and mass media, as well as members who work with corporations. We want to make this a productive space where people from various backgrounds can have their questions about ASC answered, such as questions about how the ASC certification process works, how it applies domestically and abroad, as well as questions about how companies are using their ASC certification. Take this opportunity to visit ASC Japan’s booth. We are looking forward to meeting all of you.
“GLOBALG.A.P. is not just about farming. Did you know that we are one of the world’s largest certification programs for aquaculture as well?
GLOBALG.A.P.’s aquaculture certification program has a long history, which began all the way back in 2004. Ever since then, we have been a world leader in certification standards, with a track record in responsible, sustainable aquaculture.
• We work to assess a wide range of issues
(compliance, food safety, occupational safety and health, human rights, animal welfare, and environmental conservation)
• Comprehensive coverage of the breeding process
(covering the breeding farm, fry and larvae, and feed)
• Application to a diversity of fish species (including seaweeds)
(over 30 species in 2020)
• We are the only certification system which has received GSSI and GFSI recognition.
(applies to all fish species)
For more information, please take a look at the information in our booth! And feel free to inquire with our staff.”