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The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and the Fairmont Hotel join “Mr. Goodfish” for a sustainable consumption of fish
Too many fish species are currently overfished and threatened with extinction whilst many are not widely known, abundant and moreover delicious.
This situation led to the "Mr Goodfish" campaign being initiated in 2010 with the aim to offer an alternative to consumers by encouraging them to try new species selected from a list established by "Mr Goodfish". The list of fish is planned at each change of season according to the region, the state of the resource, the size and the status of the species (protected or not).
Committed since its creation to the preservation of endangered marine species and in particular the bluefin tuna, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation will coordinate the development of the "Mr Goodfish" campaign, firstly on the French Riviera and secondly along the whole Mediterranean coast.
As part of this initiative, the Fairmont Monte Carlo has pledged to tailor its procurement requirements and menus and to showcase its commitment by means of a message on all the menus of its restaurants
For more information : www.mrgoodfish.com
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