The company produces the only Cobia in the world that is rated as a “Best Choice” Sustainable Cobia by the Monterey Bay's Seafood Watch program.
What does SWP stand for?
SWP stands for Seafood Watch Program (various organizations)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of SWP
We have 164 other meanings of SWP in our Acronym Attic
- Stichting Welzijn Ouderen Wijchen (Dutch: Elderly Welfare Foundation Wijchen; Wijchen, Netherlands)
- Southwest Ohio YMCA Swim League
- Stichting Welzijn Ouderen Zwolle (Dutch: Elderly Welfare Foundation Zwolle; Zwolle, Netherlands)
- Safe Working Practices
- Safe Working Pressure
- Safe Working Procedures
- Safety Work Permit
- Salvadorans with Pride (gang)
- School Wellness Policy (health)
- Science With Practice (education)
- Sector Working Paper
- Self Weight Penetration (geomechanics)
- Semi-orthogonal Wavelet Packet
- Sergeant Willie Pete (YouTube poster)
- Settling with Power (aviation)
- Severe Weather Plan (various organizations)
- Sex Workers Project (New York, NY)
- Shallow Well Pump
- Shaun Wright Phillips (soccer player)
- Sherwin Williams Paints
Samples in periodicals archive:
American Prawn Cooperative members are growing freshwater prawns that have won plaudits from the Seafood Watch program of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, which recognizes high-quality seafood products raised using environmentally sustainable production methods.
Please tell me more about the Seafood Watch program.
While longlining is still one of the most popular ways to fish for tuna, the Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program points out that it results in a high bycatch, the unwanted fish and animals accidentally caught and killed in fishing gear.
Working with the aquarium's Seafood Watch program and the fishermen and farmers who supply his kitchen, Ford keeps his cooking close to West Coast sources, his eye on the ocean, and his menus grounded in the seasons.
The new policies are also supported by the Monterey Bay Aquarium and its Seafood Watch program.