Princes is committed to working with the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF) in order to develop all tuna fisheries to a standard where they could pass a Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) assessment without conditions.
We are working closely with global research partners and environmental organisations - including the ISSF and the MSC - on projects to improve data availability, bycatch reduction and to improve the sustainability of tuna fisheries.
A commitment to high standards of corporate responsibility runs throughout our business and forms an integral part of our strategy for long-term growth. Our corporate responsibility work focuses on three key areas that relate to our business — climate change and the environment, being a fair partner and good employer and promoting health and wellbeing.
Shaping our strategy
Our corporate responsibility activity is managed by a dedicated Corporate Responsibility Committee.
This inclusive committee, with representatives from across the business, monitors progress against targets and reviews objectives. It also agrees strategy to improve performance against our three pillars of corporate responsibility — setting up dedicated project teams to manage key areas such as sustainability and energy efficiency.
Finding out more
Download our latest corporate responsibility report or view our latest Wild Caught Sustainable Seafood Statement, which details our approach to the important issue of seafood sustainability.Download our latest CR report as a PDF
(Requires Adobe Reader) Download the Wild Caught Sustainable Seafood Statement as a PDF (Requires Adobe Reader) Download our Ethical Trade Policy as a PDF
(Requires Adobe Reader) View our Code Of Ethics for Princes Industrie Alimentari S.r.l. (Italian)
(Requires Adobe Reader) View our Organisation, Management and Control Model for Princes Industrie Alimentari S.r.l. (Italian)
(Requires Adobe Reader) Download our 2016 Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement
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