Please check Katrina Nakamura’s publication from Sustainability Incubator where it also mentions Verifik8. Great job!

Seeing slavery in seafood supply chains

The seafood supply chain is often long and fragmented, and slavery is a tenacious problem. The vast majority of w...

Tuna sold in a market in Hoi An, Vietnam. Image by Andy Wright, retrieved from Flickr.

For some time, I’ve been puzzling over how seafood companies can secure their products by preventing illegal inputs to the supply chain.  To make a product more secure, beyond what ca...

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