Thai Union explains its $200m sustainability commitment

Thai Union

Chief Sustainability Officer Adam Brennan talks SeaChange 2030 and reshaping seafood

Seafood giant Thai Union, the largest producer of shelf-stable tuna in the world with brands including Chicken of the Sea and John West and the biggest importer of shrimp in the United States, has launched SeaChange 2030, the next stage of its sustainability plan. Chief Sustainability Officer Adam Brennan tells WF this set of “aggressive goals” will aim to impact the seafood value chain on a global scale and bring the company’s total sustainability commitment since the programme’s inception to US$200 million – the equivalent of its entire 2022 net profit. Targets include reducing carbon, minimising waste, safeguarding ecosystems and ensuring safe and equitable work across the food chain. 

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