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Tassal world number one

Tasmanian salmon producer Tassal has been benchmarked as the world’s top salmon or trout company in an international report on sustainability reporting and transparency.

The report from used 150 key indicators to monitor the world’s top 35 salmon companies. The annual report is prepared to help key salmon farming industry players, retailers, environmental organisations and all stakeholders assess the level of proactive and voluntary transparency and communication when it comes to corporate, social and environmental sustainability reporting.

The report outlined that Tassal “… continues to humble us by its dedication to environmental and economic sustainability, and its engagement with stakeholders … Tassal is driven by the sustainability of its business, which includes the financial dimension.”

Tassal’s Head of Sustainability and Fish Health Linda Sams said the company was delighted to be recognised in this way.

“It’s a significant achievement, and one we are very proud of, but we are prepared and committed to continuing to work with our stakeholders, staff and partners to achieve further improvements,” she said.

Ms Sams also acknowledged the importance of the company’s partnership with the World Wildlife Fund Australia, whose CEO Dermot O’Gorman says he looks forward to continuing in efforts to promote sustainability with Tassal.

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