Blue Food Partnership

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Blue Food Partnership members collaborate to build the sustainability of blue foods by improving the sector’s transparency and governance. They fast-track innovation while engaging in thought leadership, working groups, and public activities to elevate the critical role of sustainable blue food in the broader food systems transformation.

Current members:

  • African Union Commission
  • Amerra Capital
  • Aquaculture Stewardship Council
  • AquaFoods
  • Aqua-spark
  • Avramar
  • Biomar
  • Calysta
  • Camara Nacional de Acualtura, Ecuador
  • Cargill Aqua Nutrition
  • Cermaq
  • Co-op UK
  • Devi Sea Foods
  • Chicoa
  • Ecto
  • FAIRR Initiative
  • Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  • Global Salmon Initiative
  • Global Sustainable Seafood Initiative
  • Iceland Ocean Cluster
  • Metro AG
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium
  • Mowi
  • Qingdao Marine Conservation Society
  • National Fisheries Development Program, Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture, Saudi Arabia
  • Regal Springs
  • Royal DSM
  • Sasakawa Peace Foundation
  • SeaBOS
  • Seafood Legacy
  • Seafood Nutrition Partnership
  • Shanghai Jiao Tong University
  • Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions
  • Stanford Center on Food Security and the Environment
  • Tomolamola Consulting
  • UN Global Compact
  • University of Washington
  • US Soybean Export Council
  • Wageningen University
  • WorldFish
  • World Benchmarking Alliance
  • WWF
  • XpertSea
  • Ÿnsect
  • Zanzibar Seaweed Cluster Initiative

To find out more about becoming a Blue Food Partnership member, contact the team.

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