Sustainable Seafood Initiative of Shangri-La Hotel Shenzhen Recognized By MSC Certification

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From 9 August to 19 August, you may enjoy our new dishes both in Shang Palace and Coffee Garden, in which the seafood used are certified by Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). Join us to commit to protect future seafood supplies and make a positive impact on the environment.

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MSC (Marine Stewardship Council) is a non-profit organization established to address the problem of unsustainable fishing and safeguard seafood supplies for the future. It is the only internationally accredited and recognized world leader in sustainable Fisheries Standard for wild- capture fisheries and Chain of Custody Standard for seafood traceability.

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts today announced it has received full Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) seafood Chain of Custody certification (CoC) for all its 53 properties across Mainland China and Hong Kong. As the first hotel group in Asia, the Shangri-La group initiated the certification program me as part of its sustainable sourcing strategy and commitment to protect future seafood supplies and make a positive impact on the environment. With a total of 53 hotels participating, Shangri-La has the greatest number of properties in Asia certified by the MSC.

Critical to the collaboration is the highlighting of sustainably sourced seafood selections on the hotels’ restaurant menus. Guests can identify these culinary offerings by the trusted MSC ecolabel printed alongside the dish description, which indicates the seafood is from MSC-certified fisheries and suppliers. MSC certification means the seafood was sustainably fished – it is fully traceable from a legal fishery, which has proven minimal impacts on the marine environment and other species, including threatened or endangered species and juvenile fish.

The Shangri-La group recognizes that overfishing is a threat to the state of the oceans, which will struggle to meet the demands of Asia and China – the world’s largest seafood consumers, whose population accounts for one-third of all fish consumption. This new certification will allow guests of Shangri-La to make sustainable and healthy choices.


香格里拉酒店集团携手海洋管理委员会 实施可持续海产品认证


8月9日至19日,莅临深圳香格里拉大酒店香宫或香咖啡,体验经海产品捕捞认证(MSC)的海产品烹饪而成的新菜式。 加入我们,规范海产品捕捞,共建可持续的海洋生态环境。

MSC是一个立足于解决非可持续性渔业问题、保障未来海产品供应的非营利性国际公益组织,是唯一获得国际承认和认可的可持续渔业和海产品可追溯体系标准(渔业与产销监管链标准)的制定者和领导者。

香格里拉酒店集团宣布中国大陆和香港的53家酒店已全部获得海洋管理委员会(MSC)的海产品产销监管链认证。香格里拉成为亚洲第一家实施可持续海产品认证的酒店集团,该举措是其实践可持续采购策略、保证海产品未来供应的重要组成部分,将对生态环境产生积极影响。此次香格里拉集团获得认证的酒店数量达53家,在亚洲地区领先于行业。

此举措的重点是在酒店餐厅为消费者提供可持续的,可追溯的海产品的菜品选择。通过菜单上标示的可信赖蓝色MSC生态标签,用餐客人可以找到那些源自MSC认证渔场和供应商的海鲜之选。该标签代表此产品是通过负责任的捕捞方式获取,来自合法经营的渔场并全程可追溯,以降低捕捞对于海洋环境的影响,并保护受威胁物种、濒危物种及幼鱼。

为满足海产品消费而进行的过度捕捞正在威胁着海洋的未来。亚洲及中国市场有着旺盛的海产品消费需求,中国是世界最大的海产品消费国,占全球海产品消费总量的三分之一,香格里拉集团的认证举措将为客人提供可持续及健康的消费选择。