Fair Trade
pole & line tuna

Sustainably Caught in the Maldives

If industrial fleets can catch mountains of tuna, why do we prefer our tuna caught by hand? Great question. The answer is simple: Traditional pole & line fishing leaves almost no bycatch. Plus, you cannot overfish tuna stocks with single hook gear. And let’s not forget that small-scale fisheries are a cultural heritage and a vital source of livelihood for coastal communities. So, whether you are whipping up a spicy tuna salad, creole-style tuna wraps or a classic sandwich, you can’t go wrong with pole & line caught tuna.

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Fair Trade Certified

Our Skipjack Tuna has been caught and manufactured according to the standards of Fair Trade USA. www.fairtradecertified.org

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MSC Certified

This product comes from a fishery that has been independently certified to the MSC’s standard for a well-managed and sustainable fishery. www.msc.org | MSC-C-53962

Our Products

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Skipjack Tuna Chunk | Sunflower Oil

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Skipjack Tuna Chunk | Organic Olive Oil

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Skipjack Tuna Chunk | Brine


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Retail Cans

[85 g | 185 g]

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Retail Mastercase

[6 kg]


Skipjack Tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis)

Origin Type

Wild Capture Fishery

Farming Method

Single Hook Pole and Line (EU Code: LHP)

Country of Origin


Farming Area

Maldives Coastal Waters, Indian Ocean (FAO 51)

Type of Operation

Small-scale | Community-based

Ocean Impact tracker

When you serve the ocean, transparency isn’t scary – it’s expected! Blueyou’s ocean team works tirelessly to measure and improve the environmental, social, and animal welfare conditions of our seafood origins. Check out the impact and footprint of this product and learn which areas still need improvement. We’ll keep improving, so join our mission to be part of the change!