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Delivering sustainability and excellence with Pacific West

In 2005, Pacific West became the first seafood brand in South East Asia to be awarded the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC)’s Chain of custody certification – a globally recognised, rigorous sustainable certification for wild-capture fisheries. Since then, MSC-certified products have been introduced to food-service and retail markets globally.

And it’s no surprise. Over the years, Pacific West has been implementing strict programs in quality control for all of its products. This is in line with its long-held tradition of producing fresh, untainted, premium quality seafood at all times. You will find that all of their operations are in full compliance with HACCP, IFS, BRC, MSC, Yum! and Halaal standards and requirements, while the health standards are in accordance with international EU and AQIS standards.

Besides this, and to play a part in reducing environmental impact, they have started to formalize the usage of sustainable palm oil in product processing, making Pacific West an RSPO-certified company since November 2014. The Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO) is a global, multi-stakeholder initiative on sustainable palm oil. It seeks to promote the growth and use of sustainable palm oil in the palm value chain.

By purchasing Pacific West products, retailers, food-service operators and end consumers are playing a vital role in promoting the health of the world’s fish stocks and, at the same time, supporting a cleaner, eco-friendlier and healthier future for our generations.

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