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The company declares that it does not commercialize any conflictive species (small, threatened, endangered, overexploited or captured with more harmful methods).
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To curb the threat posed by overfishing and destructive fishing practices on the marine environment, Greenpeace has compiled a list of 22 of the marine species that, for different reasons, should not be sold.
Some of the species that make up the list are among the most consumed, such as cod or tuna. The communities of these fish have decreased by 90% due to overfishing.
Other species on the list are monkfish, hake, sole and flounder, which are often fished with trawl nets. This method damages the seabed and is very inaccurate. Up to 70% of the catch can be of other species that die before being returned to the sea.

Also on the list are salmon and prawns, which are raised on fish farms. In this case, the pressure is on other smaller fish that are used to feed them.

The Maritime Cluster, the institution that integrates all sectors related to the sea in Spain, coincides in many of the species on the red list and adds others such as shark, marlin or eel, also in danger.

We will "assign a" "YES" "to this question if:

- The company declares that it has eliminated from its assortment of fresh and frozen fish all species in danger of extinction according to the Greenpeace and / or Maritime Cluster red list and at least until the conditions that make the return possible have been re-established. to his capture.

Examples of other international lists of protected species are:

- The IUCN Red List (International Union for the
Conservation of Nature)
- CITES (Convention on International Trade in Species
Threatened Wild Fauna and Flora)
- The OSPAR Convention on Endangered Species and Habitats
- China Red List
- The US Endangered Species Act
- The Canadian Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife
- The New Threat Classification System
We will "assign a" "YES" "to this question also if:
- The company certifies with sustainable labels at least 50% of its own brand fish offer

This information can be found in any of the following reports published on the companies' website:

- Annual memory
- Corporate Social Responsibility Report
- Sustainability Report
- Environmental Report
- Report on Carbon Footprint
- Non-Financial Information Statement (EINF)