Thai Union's eighth Sustainability Report details the positive change the Company continues to drive across the global seafood industry despite the significant challenges presented by COVID-19.
Thai Union Group's seventh annual Sustainability Report provides an in-depth look at the Company’s ongoing progress towards creating a more sustainable and ethical global seafood industry.
The Thai Union & WWF Partnership Summary Report summarizes the progress they made during their European partnership from 2014-2018.
Thai Union Group’s sixth sustainability report has been made publicly available. The report, which was published in May 2019, outlines the company’s annual performance from January-December 2018 against key performance indicators and targets outlined in our sustainability strategy, SeaChange.
This report is a key part of Thai Union’s commitment to transparency in its operations and sustainability journey. According to a 2018 Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) survey, 72% of seafood consumers say they choose brands based on sustainability over price. There is therefore an increased need for seafood providers to be transparent in their operations, particularly around their supply chains and the provenance of their products. The Sourcing Transparency report demonstrates Thai Union’s commitment to this.
This is the fifth sustainability report Thai Union has made publicly available. This report, published in June 2018, details our annual performance from January through December 2017 against key performance indicators and targets outlined in our sustainability strategy, SeaChange®. (PDF)
The 2018 WWF and Thai Union Europe Partnership Report summarizes the progress made during the third year of the partnership between the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Thai Union on their European partnership.
When Thai Union launched its Tuna Commitment, the company committed to providing annual progress updates, of which this is the first.
Providing safe, legal and freely-chosen employment in our facilities and supply chains is critically important to Thai Union. This report details our 2018 update.
This report assesses Thai Union’s 2017 pilot program to test the usability and scalability of CDT technology for at-sea data collection and improved crew communications. Thai Union led the pilot, in cooperation with Thailand’s Department of Fisheries, Inmarsat, Xsense, Mars Pet Care, and with technical advice from USAID Oceans. (PDF)