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Vietnamese Fine Foods Company Achieves Sustainable Aquaculture Certification

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VIETNAM - Black tiger prawn from Fine Foods Company fish farm, located in Ca Mau province of Vietnam, has been certified sustainable by Friend of the Sea.

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The company complies with all Friend of the Sea requirements and can now display the official seal of approval on its products.

The company relies on an extensive type of farming and uses GMO-free and hormones-free fish feed.

The total area of Fine Foods Company farm is 360 hectares, including 180 hectares of the surface water.

In addition, Fine Food Company has implemented a harvest traceability system that assures that all certified products come from approved systems.

“We are very proud to be certified by Friend of the Sea,” said Truong Huu Be, Vice Director of Fine Foods Company. “Providing our consumers with premium-quality and sustainable products has always been our main goal.”