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To establish the foundation for Raley’s traceability work, the statement below explicitly details the policy for all vendors:
Raley’s requires that all its seafood vendors sign an agreement stating that all seafood supplied to Raley’s comes from legal sources and can be traced back to the vessel or farm from which it was sourced. This information may be verified at any time by Raley’s or a third-party auditor by a phone call or on-the-ground audit. In the future, as affordable technology becomes available, Raley’s will require that verifiable sustainability information – such as region of catch and production, catch and production methods, certifications and FIPs – be provided along with each shipment of seafood.
Raley’s partners share our commitment to responsible, sustainable practices. Through our relationship with Pacific Seafood, we are proud to work with the following fisheries:
Through our relationship with Pacific Seafood, we are proud to work with Bristol Bay Sockeye Salmon to bring top-quality wild salmon to our customers.
“Because of the quality of their product and the responsible, sustainable way it is sourced, deciding to partner with Bristol Bay was an easy choice for Raley’s,” said Todd Allen, Raley’s Director of Meat & Seafood. “Our customers share our values and are interested in learning about where their food comes from. This campaign offered them full transparency into Bristol Bay’s operations and a glimpse at how much care and concern Raley’s put into selecting the high quality products in our stores.”
As a condition of becoming a supplier to Raley’s, all vendors must provide a written agreement to comply with the sustainable seafood policy.
Raley’s does not purchase species that are threatened and have no credible improvement plan.