Cornell Gets MSC Seafood Certification

Cornell University says it has become the first Ivy League school to obtain Marine Stewardship Council Chain of Custody certification

Cornell University says it has become the first Ivy League school to obtain the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Chain of Custody certification, which enables its campus dining operation to serve MSC certified sustainable seafood at Cornell Dining’s 32 food service locations, which serve more than 27,000 customers per day.

The certification is part of a larger commitment to sustainability at Cornell that also includes trayless dining in select locations, sourcing fair trad

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