Asia, inland waters (FAO 4)
Since a few years there is sustainably farmed ASCASC:
Aquaculture Stewardship Council, a worldwide eco-label for responsible cultivated fish. pangas catfish available on the market. ASC-certified farms get several years time to buy only feed consisting of sustainable fish and this is a large leap forward in making the farming of pangas catfish more sustainable. In addition to the standards for feed, the realization of the ASC standards is unique because of the dialogue between the many stakeholders. This has led to the final standards being strict and realistic and that the most important negative effects of fish farming are being dealt with, such as the discharge of waste water, no abuse of antibiotics, space for the fish itself and the running of the company on a socially responsible way.