"Caught by trolling methods" is on the cans label. Maybe a law was enacted that required that labeling. If harmful methods are used then it must say so on the can? I wouldn't mind it if that was in bold lettering on the front of the can. Then all Greenpeace would have to do is run a PR campaign on what "Caught by trolling methods" entails. Then consumers could skip that brand, and that company using those methods would go out of business (?).
Australian Tuna problemsbuckytomjust in case any of our aussie members check in, i thought i'd post this.
a buddy of mine down under sent this to me, and it reminded me of the practices here not too long ago. at least i hope it's still not the case.
[URL="https://www.ntnews.com.au/news/destructive-fishing-greenpeace-video-reveals-horrific-expose-of-tuna-caught-in-the-indian-ocean/story-fnjbnts7-1227103310671"]Destructive fishing: Greenpeace video reveals horrific expose of tuna caught in the Indian Ocean | NT News[/URL]3 stars