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IFFO RS Version 2.0 – Op Ed, Andrew Jackson - IFFO RS Standard adapts to meet a changing world

IFFO RS standard adapts to meet a changing world

The launch of version 2 of our IFFO Responsible Supply of Marine Ingredients marks a major new milestone in

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IFFO RS launches the new IFFO RS standard Version 2.0

IFFO RS launches the new IFFO RS standard Version 2.0

Today, July 18th 2017, IFFO RS Limited launched the new version of its standard for the responsible supply

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IFFO RS Strategic Review Workshop - Barcelona

It has been more than 7 years since the launch of the IFFO RS standard and to date the standard represents over 45% of the total world production of marine ingredients. With this in mind, the IFFO

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Invitation to provide input on the full draft (excl. Mixed Trawl Fishery Criteria) of the version 2.0 of IFFO RS Responsible Supply Standard

(16th January, 2017) In order to maintain the credibility and relevancy of its leading standard, the IFFO RS Governance Board ratified a proposal to review and enhance the IFFO RS programme

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IFFO RS Standard ends another successful year of growth and further developments planned for 2017

The IFFO RS Standard has continued to expand its reach, with 118 certified marine ingredients producing factories located in 16 countries. Morocco is the latest country to join the programme,

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The challenges faced with the finite supply of fish oil

A recent BBC news article (6th October, 2016) has highlighted the current challenges of including omega-3 fatty acids in farmed

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Invitation to provide input on the draft fishery assessment criteria and process for version 2.0 of IFFO RS Responsible Supply Standard

In order to maintain the credibility and relevancy of its leading standard, the IFFO RS Governance Board has ratified a proposal for ‘Version 2.0’ of the IFFO RS Responsible Supply Standard. The

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IFFO acknowledges new report from Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP)

While reduction fisheries are recognised as having made progress is many areas, further work remains to be done. Industry takes responsibility for its part in securing the long term future of

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