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Is your tuna Dolphin-Safe certified?

Absolutely. We proudly display our Dolphin-Safe certification on every can of tuna.

Sustainability

What are your sustainability practices?

La Sirena is a conscious seafood business and we're very passionate about that, which means we're the first to be extra careful and protective of the balance of all marine life and overall safety of our ocean. Our goal is to make sure that future generations have the same access to healthy seafood the way that past and present generations have been. Which is why our seafood supply only comes from MSC Certified pole and line catch fisheries. When the vessel arrives at the port, each catch is checked and certified by NOAA's very own Tuna Tracking and Verification Program officer, (also known as the TTVP). They spot check, approve and certify every tuna batch as Dolphin-Safe. So worry not, our dolphin friends remain unharmed and free to live in harmony! Additionally, as active participants in sustainability, our La Sirena family enjoys a planet friendly work environment.

Are the product cans recyclable?

Yes, all of our cans are absolutely recyclable.

Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos

In 1954, a boy was arrested for stealing from the poor box of a small church in Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico. The young priest in charge, Father William Wasson of the United States, was unwilling to press charges against this “thief.” Instead, he asked for custody of the boy. One week later, the judge sent him eight more homeless boys. By year’s end, 32 boys were in residence and Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos™ (NPH), Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters,” was born.

Over 18,100 children have grown up in the NPH family, which now operates homes in eight additional countries: Honduras, Haiti, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Peru and Bolivia. Today, over 3,300 children are being cared for in a loving, secure environment.

Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos™ (NPH) www.nph.org

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Bags of Love

Otis Mcallister is proud to participate in the “Bags of Love” program, an initiative of our distributor EMD Sales which is located in Baltimore, Maryland. EMD Sales focuses on helping low income families from predominantly Latin-American neighborhoods throughout the country.

As part of the program, families send letters with their hopes and dreams for the upcoming year in 200 words or less. The chosen family wins a bag full of products worth an estimated $150.00, which includes many known products such as our Super Lucky Elephant Jasmine rice and our La Sirena seafood.

Bags of Love super market

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