ST. SIMONS ISLAND, GA. - SeaPak Shrimp & Seafood has partnered with Ocean Conservancy’s Trash Free Seas Alliance (TFSA) - a multi-stakeholder collective dedicated to a world where waterways, beaches, and oceans are free of plastic waste.
As a member of the TFSA, SeaPak will continue to act on and advocate for best practices, sound policies, and good governance for tackling ocean plastic pollution.
“SeaPak has long been an industry leader in sustainability,” said Kristen Beadon, SeaPak's director of marketing. “We’re dedicated to preserving natural resources through sustainable sourcing and packaging, and our TFSA partnership will help us further these commitments.”
Nearly all SeaPak’s packaging—which includes plastic, paperboard boxes, and corrugated cases—is recyclable. The company also makes every effort to minimize carbon emissions by packing products for shipping and storage in the most energy-efficient manner possible.
“Our mission is to conserve natural resources, deliver the best tasting, highest-quality, most-sustainable products available, and drive positive change in the industry,” Beadon explained.
The brand relies on both wild-caught and aquaculture resources, all of which it can trace to the fishing vessel or aquaculture pond where its raw material is sourced.