Point The Fish Finger - update on our action

Richard Harrington By: Richard Harrington
Date posted: 18 December 2015

Point The Fish Finger - update on our action We are delighted to say that Bella Italia and JD Wetherspoons have positively responded to our action! Bella Italia have now published a sustainable fish policy on their website.

Point The Fish Finger - update on our action We are delighted to say that Bella Italia and JD Wetherspoons have positively responded to our action! Bella Italia have now published a sustainable fish policy on their website. Thank you, this is a key part of the Sustainable Fish Cities pledge and vital for making your souring policy clear to concerned customers. There were a few inaccuracies in the policy that we are discussing with Bella Italia. JD Wetherspoon have now published a sustainable fish policy on their website! It includes really good information about the sustainability ratings and sources of their fish species, including stating that they are planning to start sourcing certified prawns and salmon in the next year. You can find their policy on the JD Wetherspoon website. We have therefore stopped sending emails to JD Wetherspoon. Thank you for Pointing the Fish Finger, and thank you to Bella Italia and JD Wetherspoon for taking some positive steps. Neither of these have taken the Sustainable Fish Cities pledge to adopt a fully sustainable fish policy yet, but we would very much like them to do so, so please continue to Point the Fish Finger!

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