Best Aquaculture Practices


Long John Silver’s Endorses BAP Certification Program

June 2014 Add Long John Silver’s to the growing list of retailers and foodservice operators worldwide that are Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) market endorsers. Long John Silver’s has announced that it will be adopting BAP certification as part of its sustainable seafood procurement policy. The U.S. restaurant chain will work closely with the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) and its suppliers to ensure that its farmed seafood, when available, is sourced from a BAP-certified facility. Long John Silver’s is the United States’ largest quick-service seafood chain, with more than 1,200 restaurants. The brand is owned by LJS Partners, a consortium of … READ MORE “Long John Silver’s Endorses BAP Certification Program”

GAA Signs MoU With Prominent Chinese Foodservice Provider

December, 2013 The Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Wuhan Lanesync Supply Chain Management Co. Ltd., in which the two organizations will work collaboratively to cross-promote the organizations’ activities and to advance responsible aquaculture. Based in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, Wuhan Lanesync handles purchasing, distribution, logistics, marketing, processing and other activities for more than 35,000 restaurants and hotels throughout China. The company operates more than 200 Xianzhilong retail outlets and seven warehouses with a combined annual purchasing power of more than U.S. $158 million. It strives to build innovative B2B2C e-commerce and information … READ MORE “GAA Signs MoU With Prominent Chinese Foodservice Provider”

Best Aquaculture Practices Food Safety Facts

November, 2010 Food Safety Priority Companies within the Best Aquaculture Practices certification program can share with their customers, business partners and consumers that participation in BAP provides assurances that seafood is produced with food safety as the top priority. BAP audits food safety throughout the aquaculture production process, from hatchery and feed mill to farm and processing plant, which is not done in some certification schemes. In fact, last year, BAP was included in a U.S. Food and Drug Administration pilot study on the use of third-party certification to improve the food safety of imported farmed shrimp. Following are examples … READ MORE “Best Aquaculture Practices Food Safety Facts”