ETF and EFFAT issue joint reply to consultation on eco-label

28 Jul 2015

ETF representing workers in the catching sector and EFFAT, representing workers in the processing and aquaculture sectors have issued a joint reply to the public consultation on EU eco-label for fishery and aquaculture products. In their paper the two organisations propose a list of principles that should be included in any labeling system. ETF and EFFAT emphasise that social concerns, such as working conditions of those involved in catching, producing and processing fishery and aquaculture products should be contained within the set of criteria for labeling systems.

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