Hoteliers tackle seafood sustainability
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Last February 26, 19 hotels from 6 hotel groups came together to reaffirm their commitment to ensure the sustainability of seafood fishing. To celebrate the launch of this year’s Sustainable Seafood Week, the grand ballroom of Marriott Manila was transformed into a gustatory feast as different hotels showcased different food preparations using seafood that can be sustainably harvested, minimizing the adverse effects of fishing on the marine ecosystem.
Delos Reyes, A. (2018, March 1). Hoteliers tackle seafood sustainability. Malaya, p. B8.
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Seafood; Fishery products; Exhibitions; Food fish; Sustainable development; Processed fishery products; Meliomar Inc.; New World Manila Bay; Hyatt City of Dreams; New World Makati; Enderun Colleges; Wildlife Watch Philippines; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD); Conservation International; Conrad Manila; Sofitel; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Schmidradner, Christian; Epperson, Tom
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