From green pariah to insect proteins: Thai Union charts course to sustainable seafood

Michael Holder
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Thai canned fish giant is sailing beyond past criticism to lead the seafood industry towards a more planet-friendly future

Back in 2015, Thai Union had run into choppy waters. The multi-billion dollar seafood giant behind global tinned fish brands John West in the UK, Chicken of the Sea in the US, and King Oscar in Norway,...

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