Traceability.

We constantly monitor where the raw material used to produce our food comes from and how it is treated. Thanks to a complete and integrated system, we can quickly identify and then resolve any problems that may arise regarding Schesir ingredients as quickly as possible.

We go an extra mile

By inserting the lot number that can be found on the bottom of Schesir packages containing tuna, you will be able to obtain the following additional traceability data*:

  • Tuna species
  • Fishing vessel
  • Fishing Area
  • Fishing method

*Valid only for lots due after 1/6/2021 with manufacturer code VCN45 or VCN46 or VCN104

Glossary

Purse seines: A vertical net ‘curtain’ is used to surround the school of fish, the bottom of which is then drawn together to enclose the fish, rather like tightening the cords of a drawstring purse. This method is used to catch fish that live in open sea shoals. The purse seine is sustainable because it does not harm the seabed and have low levels of bycatch )accidental catch of unwanted species) thus the seabed is not even touched.

FAO fishing zones: The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has divided the world into several zones by assigning each one a number. On the basis of the number it is therefore possible to trace the origin of the fish.