Small-scale tuna fishers in the Philippines use handline catch methods that can mitigate some troubling by-catch issues, but a suite of systemic issues challenge fishers’ access to traceability systems. IFT’s Global Food Traceability Center (GFTC) and colleagues at World Wildlife Federation-Philippines reviewed the potential of democratized, digital traceability systems to overcome these barriers, and identified considerations necessary to achieve broader uptake in a paper recently published in…

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