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Key Objectives 2026

Commitment to Supplier Code of Conduct

Supplier committed to
Suppliers Code of Conduct

What are we aiming for

We have implemented a Supplier Code of Conduct to share our expectations with our suppliers and service partners, give guidance, and promote ethical behaviour by addressing human rights, fair labour practices, legal compliance, and environmental responsibility.

As part of our process towards knowing our impact, we recognise that our Supplier Code of Conduct is an important way to publicly communicate to our customers, consumers of our products, investors, and other stakeholders of the practices we expect our suppliers and service providers to follow.

The published target is that by 2026, all our active suppliers and service partners will have signed the Supplier Code of Conduct.

Target 2026
Group Code of Conduct
100% of suppliers commited to Supplier Code of Conduct
UN goal 12
UN goal 9

Why is it important

As a global value-added seafood producer and sales and marketing company with a vast global supply chain, we must source, produce, transport, and sell our range of products sustainably and responsibly.

Emerging regulations within the European Union put increased emphasis on due diligence for companies, both regarding their own human resources as well as workers within the value chain. This is emphasised in minimum safeguards as laid out in article 18 of the EU Taxonomy regulation, as well as within the scope of the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) and the upcoming Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive (CSDDD)

How will we do it

Beginning in Q1 of 2024 we will launch our project of getting our suppliers and service providers to read, understand and confirm their compliance to our Supplier Code of Conduct. We have developed a special feature on our website that enables us to efficiently monitor which suppliers and service partners have agreed to our code.