As an Iceland Seafood International (ISI) company, Iceland Seafood Iceland bases its global sourcing policy on the following principles:
Iceland Seafood International works according to the FAO code of conducts for responsible fisheries (FAO 2005). Most responsible fishing nations are working in conformance with the FAO code of conducts and have issued quota or have other means of regulating fishing within their own fishing zones.
The FAO-Based Iceland Responsible Fisheries Management Certification Programme is a third party certification model used to verify responsible fisheries management in Icelandic waters and good treatment of marine resources.
Iceland Seafood International actively develops and supports initiatives that positively influence sustainable fishing practices. In 2012, with other key suppliers, the company founded ISF (Iceland Sustainable Fisheries) which supports initiatives such as the MSC. Iceland Seafood International and its subsidiaries supply MSC product from around the World. Since the development of the ISF varios species have been MSC accredited with further species in assessment. Details on the MSC accreditation status can be found on the Iceland Sustainable Fisheries homepage: www.isf.is
Iceland Seafood (IS / the company) strives to ensure the reliability, confidentiality and security of the personal information that the company stores.
Iceland Seafood (IS / the company) strives to ensure the confidentiality and security of the personal information of the applicant for a job with the company.
IS's equality policy supports IS's emphasis in the issue and is in accordance with the company's personnel policy. The company's management is therefore committed to working for continuous improvement within the issue and to comply with laws and regulations that apply to the operations.