The Monte Carlo Bay makes a commitment alongside the Foundation with Mr Goodfish
Since it was first established, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation has been committed to the protection of endangered marine species, including the Mediterranean bluefin tuna, and since 2013 it has been the regional coordinator in the South East region for the Mr Goodfish campaign, the aim of which is to promote the responsible consumption of seafood products.
At the outset of the Mr Goodfish programme, three major Aquariums came together under the aegis of the World Ocean Network: Nausicaa, in France, l’Acquario di Genova, in Italy and the Aquarium Finisterrae, in Spain, the three of which are visited by over 2,500,000 people every year.
Fishmongers, distribution chains and of course Michelin-starred restaurants, cover the entire supply chain, from sea to plate.
After the Vistamar at the Hotel Hermitage and the Thermes Marins Monte Carlo, a new hotel belonging to the Monte Carlo Société des Bains de Mer Group, the Monte Carlo Bay, is making a commitment alongside the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation to promote responsible consumption of seafood products, with the Blu Bay restaurant now a partner of the Mr Goodfish programme.
On 2nd June 2017, Michelin starred chef Marcel Ravin from the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel chose to join the Mr Goodfish programme. H.E. Bernard Fautrier, Vice President of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation and Mr Frédéric Darnet, Director of the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel, have consequently signed a partnership agreement with Mr Goodfish.
The Michelin-starred chef will now be proposing on his menu two species of fish which appear on the Mr Goodfish list.
For further information about the Mr Goodfish programme: www.mrgoodfish.com