The following collection of resources provides more information on a variety of topics covered on this site.
GDST 1.0 Standards and Materials
The official GDST Standards and Guidelines for Interoperable Seafood Traceability Systems, Version 1.0.
Implementation Roadmap and Toolkit
A document that offers tools and a recommended methodology to help companies evaluate the benefits and challenges of implementing GDST 1.0, and to develop company-specific plans for business-smart, phased implementation both internally and with supply chain partners.
Implementation Metrics Rubric
A tool that provides a set of indicators and metrics to give companies a quantitative framework to assess their progress towards implementing the GDST 1.0 Standards.
COVID Impacted Industry Strongly Embraces New GDST Standards
During this webinar, diverse seafood industry representatives tell their stories about how the GDST standards are already changing the way they do business, and why they are excited to see the standards widely implemented across the sector.
GDST session during the Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Symposium
The GDST participated in a virtual session during the Tokyo Sustainable Seafood Symposium to discuss the GDST 1.0 Standards. Panelists included WWF-Japan, JCCU, Ajinomoto, Culinary Collaborations LLC, and METRO AG.
GDST session during the World Economic Forum’s Virtual Ocean Dialogues
The GDST hosted a virtual session during the World Economic Forum’s Virtual Ocean Dialogues to discuss how innovative technologies and the new GDST standards directly support company commitments to responsible sourcing and address key issues in the seafood industry.
GDST 1.0 Introductory Webinar
An informational webinar to provide a brief overview of the GDST processes and introduce the new GDST 1.0 Standards and Guidelines for interoperable seafood traceability.
Case Study: End-to-End Traceability Piloting-Thai Union
This video illustrates the pilot process and how the GDST standards may be used to achieve interoperable end-to-end traceability.
GDST 1.0 Testimonials From Leading Industry Members
Hear leading industry members --Mount Cook Alpine Salmon, Beaver Street Fisheries, THINH HUNG-Vietnam, Nueva Pescanova Group--discuss why GDST 1.0 is good for business.
Beta Implementations Test Seafood Traceability Standard at Scale
This paper profiles three beta tests conducted in coordination with the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) and GDST member companies to provide learnings to inform best practices as the sector implements GDST.
CP Foods Aquaculture Shrimp
CP Foods participated in the first wave of pilots conducted by the GDST to test interoperable sharing of supply chain data.
Thai Union Vessel
Thai Union participated in the second wave of pilots conducted by the GDST to test interoperable sharing of supply chain data.
Bolton to Metro Supply Chain Metro
Bolton and Metro participated in the second wave of pilots conducted by the GDST to accomplish interoperable sharing of supply chain data.
ASC-Certified Giant Tiger Prawn from Vietnam to the UK
This pilot tested interoperability in another aquaculture shrimp supply chain.
Wild-Caught Shrimp from Catch
This pilot tested interoperability in a wild-caught shrimp supply chain.
Traceable Returns, Planet Tracker
This report is focused on analyzing traceability solutions that could increase profitability and sustainability for processors in the seafood industry. Throughout the report, GDST 1.0 is prominently featured as the top solution that would significantly improve the efficiency, reliability, and affordability of traceability implementation in the industry.