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Green Day Update: Collected 15.4 Tons of Plastic Waste

It’s been one year since the inaugural Green Day cleanup event and we have a lot to report. If you are not familiar with our Green Day Initiative, here’s the original blog post that explains what we’re doing about ocean plastic and Vietnam’s national littering problem. Since August 2018, 1170 Australis employees and community members… Continue reading Green Day Update: Collected 15.4 Tons of Plastic Waste

Australis Launches Greener Grazing Project

Here at Australis, we continually ask how we can create large-scale change through ocean farming. One way: The Better Fish® Barramundi you know and love. Another way: Greener Grazing, a new project with the potential to counter climate change. This post was originally published by Josh Goldman, Australis Founder & CEO, on GreenerGrazing.org. A couple… Continue reading Australis Launches Greener Grazing Project

Chef Stephen Phelps Puts the Ocean Front and Center

As the owner and chef of the acclaimed Indigenous in Sarasota, Florida, Stephen Phelps is all too aware of the challenges facing our oceans. An award-winning chef, sustainable seafood policy advocate, Chef’s Collaborative community leader, Seafood Watch Blue Ribbon Task Force member, Chefs Move to Schools volunteer, and recreational fisherman, chef Stephen Phelps truly does it… Continue reading Chef Stephen Phelps Puts the Ocean Front and Center

Australis Vietnam Employees Clean Up Local Shoreline

In Vietnam, there is a cultural habit of littering, and the garbage has a good chance of winding up into the sea. The country is in need of more community-focused efforts to clean up the garbage and Australis’ Vietnam employees are taking matters into their own hands. On August 3 and August 30, team members… Continue reading Australis Vietnam Employees Clean Up Local Shoreline

How BAP Certification Is Improving Trust in Farm-Raised Fish

In June, our ocean-farmed barramundi became four-star certified under the BAP certification program. BAP (Best Aquaculture Practices) is one of the most comprehensive and best-known certification systems for ensuring the sustainability of aquaculture products. Four-star certification indicates that the entire system—from feed mill to hatchery, the farm to processing plant—comply with BAP’s standards. This means that… Continue reading How BAP Certification Is Improving Trust in Farm-Raised Fish