Desde el 1 de octubre de 2020 hasta el 30 de septiembre de 2021, el 93% del pescado procesado por Jealsa ha sido capturado por barcos involucrados en iniciativas en favor de la sostenibilidad.
Jealsa has always been beside the local athletes, supporting teams from different disciplines and categories to help them attain the greatest achievements.
We Sea, Jealsa’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme, has taken part in the first week of Global CSR, the country’s first 100% virtual CSR event.
Jealsa, through We Sea and thanks to an innovative Circular Economy system, has managed to use up 100% of the fish that arrives at its premises.
The distinguished products were blind-tested by a panel of more than 80 consumers.
More than half of the tuna processed by Jealsa was caught by fishing vessels participating in Fishery Improvement Projects of the fisheries.
This activity is part of the programme «Caring for the Sea», promoted by the company Jealsa and the Ecomar Foundation.
Jealsa joins the solidarity milk collection and child vaccination campaigns promoted by «Obra Social la Caixa».
The company will activate a beach and coastal cleaning programme of the Galician coast as part of its commitment to the environment.
With this reduction, Jealsa has managed to use 50% less single-use plastics than the average level of the sector.
Marine Stewardship Council has announced that Jealsa has attained the MSC certification for its yellowfin tuna caught in the Atlantic Ocean.
Jealsa collaborates with the Global Ghost Gear Initiative for the elimination of abandoned fishing gear in the oceans
At least 640,000 tons of fishing gear are abandoned in our oceans every year.
Jealsa is part of the IPNLF, organisation that works on the development of responsible and sustainable tuna fishing.
A collaboration that contributes to achieving the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals.