A coalition of industry members aiming to advance the sustainable seafood market in Hong Kong through good sourcing practices.
Driving Change Through Industry Voluntary Codes of Conduct
The HKSSC offers a practical and collaborative way to demonstrate good sourcing practices by its members committing to voluntary codes on responsible seafood sourcing.
Buyers and sellers come together to find solutions to shared challenges. HKSSC members drive the agenda with the support of a Secretariat. Expert groups are engaged to ensure sourcing practices tackle pressing issues such as illegal, unregulated and unreported (IUU) fishing, overfishing, traceability, harmful fish farming practices and risks to human health.
HKSSC is not a certification scheme or an eco-label.
Hong Kong Sustainable Seafood Coalition will be organising a webinar for seafood professionals on human rights.
Join us as we bring together prominent voices working across seafood supply chains to hear more on the complexity of the issue, as well as what a human rights due diligence process can look like to identify and mitigate issues in your supply chain.
Click on the image above to register. Registration is open to all those who buy or sell seafood.
Our current members include:
HKSSC’s founding members include: 178 Degrees, Eat the Kiwi, The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels Ltd, Indoguna, KLG Fine Food, M&C Asia, Oasis (Aquaculture Technologies Asia Ltd.), Pacific Rich Resources Ltd., and Wing Sang Seafood Holding.