SAFCOL Responsible Fishing

Many marine species are in danger of being wiped out because many tuna brands source fish caught with ‘Fish Aggregating Devices’ (FADs) and purse-seine nets that when used together will haul up everything including turtles, baby sharks and stingrays.

In fact, a quarter of the planet’s biodiversity is in danger of extinction in the next 30 years*. So now, more than ever, it’s crucial to choose brands that are taking a positive stand for marine life.

Safcol was the first major brand available in grocery supermarkets to introduce responsible fishing into the Australian market, back in May 2011, a move that influenced change by other brands in the industry.

Safcol has made a pledge to do everything possible to protect the health of our oceans. So now you can enjoy great tasting tuna and protect fragile marine life.

Safcol Tuna is caught wither by Pole & Line one fish at a time or without the use of fish aggregating devices, FAD FREE to minimise by-catch effect on our oceans.

Can your Tuna Answer These 3 Questions?

Click here to see our sustainable fishing policy

MARINE STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL

Safcol support the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) for wild-caught, sustainable Salmon.

MSC certification requires an independent third party audit that ensures the fish population is healthy, the impact of by-catch on the ecosystem is minimised and effective management
practices.

Our MSC certified salmon range ensures our fish sustainability of fish for the future.

For more information on MSC.

These symbols guarantee your seafood was sourced by environmentally friendly methods:

 

Features
Benefits
We utilise the most responsible fishing methods
Protecting our marine life
Greenpeace endorsed fishing methods used
Saving our tuna from extinction
Avoid endangered species
Protecting our sea life for future generations
We trace our catch from ship to shelf
No illegal catches, best quality
Consult with conservation groups
Responsible fishing company
We have a long and proud Australian heritage
We have direct contact with the fishing vessels
Safcol has been operating since 1945
We have experience, we are the seafood experts

*United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)