In order to maintain the credibility and relevancy of the standard, the MarinTrust Governing Body Committee has ratified a proposal to review and enhance the programme through the development of ‘Version 3.0’.
MarinTrust is pleased to announce that Lloyds Register has been accepted as a third-party Certification Body (CB) to certify against the MarinTrust programme. The MarinTrust team have begun the onboarding process of Lloyds Register and has recently completed initial training.
MarinTrust, the leading business to business certification programme for marine ingredients, has just released its 2019-2020 report, which shows how it has been working with a wide range of stakeholders to develop its standards and gain recognition.
It is hoped that applying the blockchain approach to the marine ingredient industry could create a level playing field across the whole sector, preventing IUU materials from entering into the value chain as well as increasing the market value of raw materials su
The need to address environmental and social issues in the Thai fishmeal industry has led via a complex journey, to a well-subscribed Fisheries Improvement Project in the Gulf of Thailand and to the fishery applying to join the MarinTrust (formerly IFFO RS) Improver Programme.