The California-based seafood importer and distributor of Java® brand seafood becomes the latest Member of the International Pole & Line Foundation
30th September 2019
A new guidebook detailing science-based best-practices for maximising catch value and also minimising the environmental impacts of these fisheries is today jointly published by the International Pole & Line Foundation (IPNLF) and the International Seafood Sustainability Foundation (ISSF).
16th July 2019
Improved management still urgently required to rebuild yellowfin tuna to a sustainable level. Indian Ocean drifting FAD numbers remain too high. More work needed to provide independent verification of drifting FAD data
26th June 2019
The Kochi Sustainable Skipjack Association joins the international one-by-one tuna supply chain network as it looks to preserve the local food culture
17th June 2019
IPNLF presses for a rebuilding plan for yellowfin tuna, the faster development of harvest strategies, a more equitable catch allocation process, stronger FAD management, and improved monitoring and data collection ahead of this year’s IOTC
11th June 2019
The Vietnam Tuna Association (VinaTuna) becomes the country’s first Member of the International Pole & Line Foundation
28th March 2019
Jurgita Rhodes and Rahim Hoosen bring their respective media and retail expertise to help inform and shape future one-by-one fishery engagement
15th March 2019
The Global seafood distributor, importer and processor becomes the latest Member of the International Pole & Line Foundation. Sea Delight Group replaces its member company Sea Delight Europe that has been part of IPNLF’s fast-growing membership network since 2017.
25th February 2019