Small-scale fisheries account for 90% of our supplier base. In addition to regular CSR activities in coastal communities, our work helps to create livelihood opportunities for local people throughout the archipelago
From farming and processing, to fishing gear training, handling practices and EAFM (Ecosistem Approach Fisheries Management), we are invested in providing communities with the tools and understanding they need to manage ocean resources in a more sustainable way.
By facilitating and monitoring improvements at the local level, we can deliver sustainability on a global scale.
Home to popular products such as lobster, snapper and grouper, Indonesia is one of the world’s top seafood exporters. Today, much of the world’s tuna, shrimp and seaweed already comes from the rich waters of this tropical country. So just imagine what tomorrow could bring.
Indonesia is constantly improving the quality of standards. The Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF) has issued various ministerial decrees and regulations to ensure that Indonesian seafood remains safe, diverse, and sustainable.
Recently, local regulations cover important issues such as including fisheries management, the use of fishing gear, management of lobster; and certification for capture fisheries nationwide.
Supported by these regulations, local fishers are working to meet demand while also reaching a higher level of sustainability in their practices. It’s a process that’s essential to the continued productivity of Indonesian waters, and one that we’re committed to.
Indonesia seafood is safe for consumption and produced according to international food safety standards
Indonesia has variety of seafood products both natural and value added product. The fish are caught and farmed under the principle of preservation of fish resources and the welfare of the relevant actors