Thailand-based Thai Union Group (TUG), which comprises both Chicken of the Sea International (COSI) and Chicken of the Sea Frozen Foods (COSFF), has been featured in Forbes for its SeaChange sustainability initiative. Adam Brennan, TUG’s Group Director of Sustainability, says that SeaChange covers every aspect of the seafood industry, ““from how we look after the oceans to how we manage our waste; from the responsibility we take for our workers to building brighter futures for the communities around our key sites.” He specifically credits “transparent, traceable, and vertically-integrated supply chains” for enabling the company to fulfill and build on their sustainability commitments.
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