Tuna. Canned, frozen, sushi or fresh, there is no denying its popularity with consumers.

However, increased pressure on stocks and ecosystems, conflicting sustainability credentials, and powerful campaigns make sourcing sustainable tuna a minefield for buyers.

22% of the world’s tuna catch is now Marine Stewardship Council certified as sustainable, the leading seafood certification.

This essential handbook unravels the complexity in tuna supply chains to help buyers make sustainable choices. Exploring the fishing gears, techniques and management issues in tuna sourcing and profiling eight MSC certified fisheries, it is a handy reference guide to sustainable tuna.