As we learn more about the impacts of the food we eat, it becomes more and more apparent that our bodies, lifestyles, and the health of our home, Earth, are interconnected and interrelated. At Cofo, we’re dedicated to sustainably sourced collagen that nourishes our bodies and is healthy for our planet.
We have achieved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) supply chain certification to do our part to support a healthier ocean for this and future generations. Learn more about how MSC certification assures there is accountability throughout the supply chain and to help safeguard seafood supplies.
All Cofo collagen is sourced from our partner Alaskan fishery who is MSC certified, making sure your collagen comes from a fishery that has been independently certified for a well-managed, sustainable fishery.
We only use cold-water, wild caught Alaskan Pollock, a responsibly sourced fish, and we upcycle fish skin to make our collagen which the fishery used to discard.
All of our collagen comes from wild fish caught in USA cold-waters off the coast of the Alaskan Aleutian Islands in the Bering Sea. On the back of each Cofo bag is a lot number. Each unique lot number tracks back to a catch location in the Bering Sea. This allows us to determine where each lot originates from and ensure supplier chain traceability.
On the lower right corner of each Cofo bag is our MSC Chain of Custody (CoC) certification number. The MSC CoC is a verification system that ensures the supply chain is fully audited to verify that, among other things, seafood comes from a certified sustainable source, is properly labeled, and never mixed with non-MSC certified seafood. The MSC is the only program of it's kind that includes built-in protection against seafood fraud (mislabeling) and products from illegal fishing from entering the supply chain.