Whether it’s for Tuna, Salmon, Mackerel or Sardines – we know and trust our fishing partners. In fact, we can trace every can of Princes fish right back to its original boat.
We’re always looking at ways to improve our impact on the planet, whether that’s by switching to plastic free packs or fishing responsibly.
That’s why we’re settling challenges for Sustainable September and inviting you to take part.
There’s more than one way to catch fish, but we’ve high standards and expect no less from our fishing partners. That’s why we only work with people who are committed to fishing responsibly.Our fishing methods
From deep in the Pacific to across the North-East Atlantic, we care about sourcing the highest quality fish the world over. Interested to know where your can of Princes fish has come from? Simply check the label, it’s full of fascinating fishy facts.See our catch
We can trace every can of Princes fish right back to the boat it was caught on. Because, when it comes to our supply chain, it’s important we can ensure the highest standards. On all large boats, using purse seine nets to catch tuna, we even have independent observers in place. And we work closely with other organisations around the world that share our commitment to improving responsible fishing practices.Our fish journey
As a big brand, we’re totally committed to improving fishing industry standards. That’s why we work so closely with so many other organisations around the world, who share our commitment and have the same goals.Who we work with
At Princes, we’re totally committed to sourcing sustainable seafood. That’s why our all our tuna is dolphin friendly and can be traced right back to the individual boats it was caught on - it’s the only way to ensure it meets our strict standards.
What’s more, we only source tuna that’s caught by the pole and line and purse seine net fishing methods.
We’ll carry on encouraging and supporting the fisheries that are Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified or working towards MSC certification.
For more information about our commitment to seafood sustainability view our Wild Caught Sustainable Seafood Statement.
We’re setting challenges for Sustainable September and inviting you to take part. It’s a month to make the small changes that make a big difference. And what’s more, there’s a whole host of prizes to be won.Take the challenge