Indonesia and Honduras tilapia are moving towards certification under WWF guide
Tilapia produced in Indonesia and Honduras is to join the new WWF seafood guide category of “moving towards certification”.
Typical tilapia is currently rated as unsustainable in WWF seafood guides due to issues with what WWF describes as “harmful environmental effects including chemical use, waste spilling into waterways, risks of disease and escapes and weak regulation of aquaculture in many producing areas”.
Tilapia is the world’s second most important farmed fish, and Indonesia and Honduras are important suppliers to the demanding US and European markets.
Original source: World Fishing and Aquaculture