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For the people of Sealord, sustainability is a journey. Come with us, as we aim to do right by the environment and right by our future. 

Doing the right thing and looking for better ways to do things is important to us. We believe we can meet the needs of today, without damaging the needs of generations to come.  Fishing sustainably is ingrained within our business. Without this, our industry has no future.  For Sealord, fishing is only one component of sustainability, we are equally mindful of important environmental issues such as climate change, water quality and waste reduction. 

For Sealord, sustainability is a journey that we’re all on together. As we learn more about our impact on the environment and the environment’s impact on us, we are changing the way we do things to ensure the best possible outcomes. Playing an active and leading role in addressing the sustainability and environmental issues within our industry is important to us. And we are committed to providing clear and scientifically sound information for our consumers and stakeholders.  

Sealord has developed a total of ten sustainability workstreams focused on climate mitigation and adaption, carbon emissions and waste (refuse, plastic and water). These have all been linked to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. 

For more information about Sealord’s Sustainability Policy, click here

What is sustainable fishing?

  • Our fish always comes from well-managed fisheries, or those with Fisheries Improvement Plans in place with healthy stocks.
  • We make sure we minimise impacts on any endangered or threatened species by using technology, research and mitigation programmes, as well as supporting protection areas.
  • We trace our products from boat to plate.

As a business, we are committed to the fisheries Code of Conduct. To see the Code of Conduct that guides our decisions and procedures, and ensure that our oceans are protected for years to come, click here.

Finding new ways to improve the sustainability of our fishing practices is crucial to our business which is why we invest significantly into research and development projects.


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