Mais non!

“A new report by Greenpeace Canada might make you reconsider eating a tuna sandwich,” writes Monique Beaudin for the Montreal Gazette.

Beaudin overlooks the efforts of many small businesses and fishermen who use the most sustainable methods, including troll-caught, targeting sustainable species like albacore – all striving to provide a sustainable and responsible tuna product.

The International Seafood Sustainability Foundation – which supports reduced bycatch, limiting fishing capacity to sustainable levels and prioritizing science over politics in setting policy –  points out that albacore is fished at sustainable levels.

With the help of groups like the foundation and Greenpeace, consumers are armed with knowledge to select the most sustainable products, like St. Jude tuna.

All St. Jude tuna is sustainable albacore – so don’t hesitate to enjoy a tuna sandwich made with St. Jude!

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