As a global seafood leader, Thai Union has a responsibility to set the standard for social, environmental and economic responsibility. We heeded our stakeholders’ calls with SeaChange®, Thai Union’s sustainability strategy with measurable commitments to delivering real, lasting changes in the way we operate. SeaChange® aims to drive a positive transformation throughout the global seafood industry.
It hasn’t always been easy but the progress we’ve made since launching our global sustainability strategy, SeaChange, in 2016 has meant we’ve risen to be industry leaders in sustainability, improving not only our own operations, but the industry as a whole. As we prepared for the next 5 years of sustainable development you can see our journey from hard times to now.
Thai Union has made a commitment to Healthy Living, Healthy Oceans around the world, which underlines our commitment to bring healthy, nutritious products to our consumers and to care for our environment.
Dr. Darian McBain, Thai Union’s Global Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, discusses “Sustainability Efforts through Marketing” at the INFOFISH TUNA 2021 Virtual Prelude, a curtain-raiser for TUNA 2021, the 16th INFOFISH World Tuna Trade Conference & Exhibition.
Dr. Darian McBain, Thai Union’s Global Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability shared her insights during a UN Global Compact Leaders Summit webinar on how to Build Back Better: Business Resilience for our Future, hosted by the Global Compact Network Thailand. Darian was joined on the webinar by other Thai business leaders.
Dr. Darian McBain, Thai Union's Global Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, participated in the Blue Deal Debates which discussed whether global seafood companies can do more to promote ocean sustainability.
In a webinar hosted by Be Slavery Free, Thai Union's Global Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Dr. Darian McBain, joined a discussion about the impact of COVID-19 on modern slavery.
Dr. Darian McBain, Thai Union’s Global Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability was part of a webinar hosted by INFOFISH looking at the current tuna industry situation, emerging trends, sustainability measures and the new ‘normal’.
Roxanne Nanninga, Thai Union's Director of Sustainability for North America, was part of a virtual session on traceability hosted by the GDST during the World Economic Forum’s Virtual Ocean Dialogues.
Phurit Chansiri interviews migrant workers from across Thai Union Group, exploring the similarities in different migration experiences and the important role that migration plays in a global business environment. As a resident and student in Bangkok, Chansiri finds himself surrounded by people who have migrated to Thailand, including his own grandfather.
Thai Union is rated number one in the world in the food products industry in the 2019 Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for the sixth consecutive year.
Preliminary results from a United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) study on a national school meals program in Kenya have shown a potential big impact on the local economy. The study was conducted with support from Thai Union Group PCL.