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Finding Responsibly Harvested Seafood Near You

Extending the reach of responsibly harvested seafood

GMRI is proud to have a range of retailers, universities, schools, hospitals, and corporate dining facilities participating in the Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested program. These Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested Affiliates are providing a way for consumers to choose seafood that is traceable to fishing communities in the Gulf of Maine region and meets important criteria around responsible harvest.

Where can you find responsibly harvested seafood?

  • Fish markets and retailers. Whether it's your local fish market or your local retailer, Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested seafood is never far from home.
  • Educational institutions across New England. From the coast of Maine, to the heart of Boston, and the hills of New Hampshire, college and K-12 institutions are serving Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested seafood.
  • Hospitals. Throughout the region, hospitals are serving Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested seafood as a healthy addition to patient menus and staff dining options.

Restaurants, retailers, and institutions can only use the Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested label on seafood purchased from a seafood supplier licensed to participate in our program. This empowers consumers to feel confident that the seafood they are purchasing is traceable back to the Gulf of Maine region. See the map below for our business Affiliates currently selling Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested seafood.

Find Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested Seafood Near You

Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested Champions

Champions are Affiliates that have achieved extraordinary goals. To become a Champion, an Affiliate has reached one of the following goals:

  • 100% of the white fish they purchase is Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested.
  • They always have Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested seafood on their campus, on their restaurant’s menu, or in their stores.

Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested Affiliates

GMRI is proud to have the businesses and institutions listed below as Affiliates in our Gulf of Maine Responsibly Harvested program. Through the participating schools, over 100,000 students are seeing the label in dining halls and cafeterias around the Northeast. We thank our Affiliates for giving their students, staff, visitors, and customers the option to choose traceable, responsibly harvested seafood from the Gulf of Maine.

Affiliates

  • Maine
  • Bowdoin College
  • Central Maine Medical Center
  • Colby College
  • Maine College of Art
  • Maine Maritime Academy
  • Shipyard (family of restaurants)
  • Southern Maine Community College
  • Thomas College
  • Unity College
  • University of New England
  • University of Maine (all campuses, excluding Orono)
  • New Hampshire and Massachusetts
  • Boston College
  • Chicopee (MA) public school system
  • Harvard University
  • Perkins School For the Blind
  • Phillips Exeter Academy
  • Spaulding Rehabilitation Center
  • University of Massachusetts, Amherst
  • University of New Hampshire
  • Wellesley College
  • Vermont
  • The Abbey Group

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