This includes cleaning marine environments and ending hunger through food donations, to educating children and providing nutritional information to local communities.
There is a global protein challenge of how to feed an estimated world population of 9 billion people by 2030. Without sustainable seafood production, both from aquaculture and from wild capture, we cannot achieve the Sustainable Development Goal of zero hunger.
We are providing education facilities for the children of workers at our production facilities in Thailand.
Thai Union Europe's partnership with WWF-UK supports WWF's Coastal East Africa (CEA) program, which works to improve the management of artisanal tuna fisheries in the South West Indian Ocean.
To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Chicken of the Sea donated $1m to local good causes in the US to ensure their ongoing community support.
We are supporting the efforts to combat climate change by restoring a damaged coral reef in a high profile biodiversity and ecotourism site in the Seychelles.
To help keep the children of our workers in Thailand fit and healthy, we are encouraging them to participate in sport.
Working with Legambiente, our Mareblu brand is supporting the education of the Mediterranean diet.