Participating Companies

We believe it’s important to work with all stakeholders, and tuna processors, traders, and/or marketers are integral to improving the sustainability of the world’s tuna resources.

Companies that participate in ISSF are members of the International Seafood Sustainability Association (ISSA). Membership in ISSA is voluntary and is contingent upon compliance with ISSF conservation measures and standards of practice.

All companies work with the Foundation to advocate for improved fishery management, fund scientific advancements through research and expert analysis, and take direct action to encourage the adoption of responsible fishing practices – all while committing to a suite of conservation measures aimed at improving the long-term health of global tuna fisheries.

Founding

Bolton Food

Joined: 2009

Bumble Bee

Joined: 2009

Clover Leaf

Joined: 2013

Princes Group

Joined: 2009

Sea Value

Joined: 2009

StarKist

Joined: 2009

Thai Union Europe

Joined: 2009

Thai Union/COSI

Joined: 2009

Tri Marine

Joined: 2009

Full

Chotiwat

Joined: 2010

Frinsa

Joined: 2010

General Tuna (Century Pacific)

Joined: 2014

Isabel

Joined: 2010

Jealsa

Joined: 2010

NIRSA

Joined: 2010

Pataya

Joined: 2011

PT Aneka Tuna Indonesia

Joined: 2016

RS Cannery

Joined: 2011

Salica

Joined: 2011

South Seas

Joined: 2011

Thunnus Overseas

Joined: 2016

Associate

Everwin

Joined: 2015

Foodtech

Joined: 2015

Lovering Foods

Joined: 2015

Ocean Canning Corporation

Joined: 2019

SAPMER

Joined: 2019

  • Bolton Food

  • Bumble Bee

  • Chotiwat

  • Clover Leaf

  • Everwin

  • Foodtech

  • Frinsa

  • General Tuna (Century Pacific)

  • Isabel

  • Jealsa

  • Lovering Foods

  • NIRSA

  • Ocean Canning Corporation

  • Pataya

  • Princes Group

  • PT Aneka Tuna Indonesia

  • RS Cannery

  • Salica

  • SAPMER

  • Sea Value

  • South Seas

  • StarKist

  • Thai Union Europe

  • Thai Union/COSI

  • Thunnus Overseas

  • Tri Marine

  • Tropical

ISSA Membership

Seafood companies worldwide — tuna processors, traders and marketers — are invited to participate in ISSF’s efforts to foster sustainable tuna fishing and sourcing practices.

The International Seafood Sustainability Association (ISSA) is a trade association whose members commit to conform to ISSF conservation measures. Learn more about ISSA member responsibilities and benefits, including the application process.

Compliance Report

The ISSF Annual Conservation Measures & Commitments Compliance Report (PDF) examines how all ISSF participating companies performed in 2020 against ISSF Conservation Measures and Commitments.

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