One by one fishing methods provide far higher levels of local employment which are vital in protecting fishing communities and are an integral part of coastal community life. Local tuna canneries support many land-based jobs both within the factories and hundreds of small businesses that support the fishing industry.
Each of our canneries follow either the BSCI, SA8000 or Sedex standards which are designed to improve working conditions.
Every can of Fairer Fish MSC free school Skipjack tuna carries a traceability code.
Watch the journey of your Fairer Fish MSC free school Skipjack tuna by entering the traceability code.
Caught only on vessels with trained crews and MSC accredited independent observers onboard, Fairer Fish MSC is fully traceability so we know where, when, and how the tuna was caught.
Production and sourcing are prioritised from within the Pacific Island nations, and thereby increasing employment in a region where over a third of the population are living below the poverty line. Each of our canneries follow either the BSCI, SA8000 or Sedex standards which are designed to improve working conditions.