The tuna industry provides job security for hundreds of thousands of people and contributes to the food security of millions more. An inter-connected network of people make up the sector and span the world. In places like Ecuador, the people who harvest fish work side-by-side with those who collect data about it, and those who work at the port in Guayaquil rely on the people who process fish landed there. When these groups work together, they can accomplish great things, including long-term environmental sustainability.
WWF’S SUSTAINABLE SEAFOOD PARTNERSHIPS
WWF US directly has over 40 public seafood partnerships that cover over 1.8 billion pounds of seafood, 150 million pounds in AIPs, and over 550 unique fisheries.
WWF works with leading U.S. seafood buyers, including multinational companies that have extended their commitments throughout their global operations.
WWF works with suppliers that participate in and support fishery and aquaculture improvement projects and are committed to transition fisheries and farms in their supply chains.
- AFFCO Trading, Inc.
- Altamar Foods
- Anova Food LLC
- Beach Fishing LTD
- Beaver Street Fisheries, Inc.
- Chicken of the Sea/Thai Union
- Coral Sea Fishing
- D&E Import LLC
- Esro Seafood
- Falcon Marine
- Fresh Fish del Ecuador Co. Ltda.
- Frigolab San Mateo Co. Ltda.
- Hartswater LTD
- Hilo Fish Company, Inc.
- IncredibleFish Inc.
- Indian Ocean Fish Management Services
- Industria Armatoriale Tonniera
- Inland Seafood
- Inpesca Fishing
- Isabella Fishing
- Jardan Group
- Mai Shi Group
- Mardex S.A.
- MiCal Seafood, Inc.
- Ocean Products Seychelles LTD
- Oceanfish S.A.
- Pescanova USA
- Princes Limited