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Greenpeace exposes tuna’s dirty secret in La Jolla, California

Media release | September 7, 2011 at 11:18

La Jolla - Greenpeace today flew an airship in the hometown of tuna giant Chicken of the Sea, in La Jolla, California to highlight the dirty secret of the tuna industry – the hundreds of thousands of other animals killed by destructive fishing...

Greenpeace challenges Chicken of the Sea to reform destructive fishing practices

Media release | August 30, 2011 at 10:23

Greenpeace has today delivered a letter to tuna giant Chicken of the Sea demanding they reform their destructive fishing practices.

Follow Up: Enslaved Fishermen Rescued

Blog by Myriam Fallon | April 3, 2015

There is good news from Indonesia today. Last week we told you about an AP investigation into slavery in the seafood industry. Today, many of the enslaved fishermen featured in last week’s AP investigation have been rescued from the Island...

Chicken of the Sea: Stop stalling and make a change

Blog by Casson Trenor | September 27, 2011

During the time that I've spent working for Greenpeace, I’ve been fortunate enough to witness some amazing positive movement in the US seafood sector. Major retailers like Target and Costco have adopted new policies that are...

California calls out Chicken of the Sea

Blog by Paloma Henriques, Orange County Coordinator | February 3, 2012 1 comment

Last Saturday, a group of blue-clad ocean lovers paraded around Orange Circle Antique Mall in Orange, California calling on Chicken of the Sea to drop their destructive fishing practices. The group was headed up by a bloody-mouthed...

Sending a Message to Chicken of the Sea

Blog by Casson Trenor | September 9, 2011 2 comments

On Wednesday morning, hundreds of commuters, surfers, and local residents were greeted by the sight of the Greenpeace thermal airship soaring above the La Jolla beach, only a few miles from Chicken of the Sea’s San Diego...

Mermaid Parades Spread Word about Chicken of the Sea Destruction

Blog by Bryan Kim | November 14, 2011

Chicken of the Sea 's destructive fishing methods are risking the future of our oceans and the long term health of the industry. Every single year, hundreds of thousands of marine animals, like birds, endangered sea turtles,...

Chicken of the Sea -- The Tuna Terrorist?

Blog by Jay Ferrari | November 3, 2011 2 comments

Nothing beats a tasty tuna sammich, but the fact that your favorite fish might have been caught using environmentally devastating methods should leave a bad taste in your mouth.  Chicken of the Sea's fishing techniques are...

NY Times Food Writer asks: "Time to Boycott Tuna Again?"

Blog by Nicole Sands | September 21, 2011

New York Times Opinion columnist and Times magazine's food columnist, Mark Bittman , has an article out today exploring the idea of a boycott on tuna similar to 1988 when a consumer boycott was undertaken around concerns of dolphins...

Chicken of the Sea: Still fishing like there’s no tomorrow!

Blog by enabors | October 17, 2011 1 comment

This past Thursday, Greenpeace activists made yet another visit to Chicken of the Sea headquarters. This time, it wasn’t to deliver a letter to the CEO, or to unfurl banners for employees and the public to see, or even to fly airship ...

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