Queens is committed to sourcing responsibly farmed fish which features the ASC quality mark

We want to offer our customers the very best: a fish must be both delicious and responsibly farmed. So you can rest assured you’ll have a healthy dish on your plate.

Approximately 50% of the fish we eat globally is farmed in so-called aquaculture. A sustainability standard was established for farmed fish like Tilapia, Pangasius and Salmon in 2009, at the initiative of the World Wildlife Fund. The Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) is committed to both the ecological and social aspects of fish farming. The fish is also farmed with a specific focus on the community, food safety and traceability.

“It’s important for Queens to know where our farmed fish comes from. We want to offer our customers the very best: a fish must be both delicious and responsibly farmed. This means you can rest assured you’ll have a healthy dish on your plate.” 

You can recognise the ASC quality mark by the green mark on the packaging. Queens currently has a fish species in its range which comes from aquaculture: Queens Panga.

Would you like to know more about the ASC quality mark? Then visit ASC’s website.

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