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Company Response

5 Oct 2015

Thai Union

Thai Union response

…[w]e welcome the work that Greenpeace is undertaking to drive change and improve sustainability through global tuna supply chains…We take issue, however, with some of the claims that Greenpeace is making about Thai Union and its operations. Despite reports, we have policies in place that strictly prohibit the purposeful capture of sharks and the abhorrent practice of shark-finning, and ensure that all of our operations comply with every national and international legal requirement…Through our Business Ethics and Labor Code of Conduct, we uphold strict policies ensuring that anyone employed by Thai Union or within our supply chains is treated with respect; we strive to comply with every law – both national and international - to protect human rights…