Casting a wide net: ending modern slavery in fisheries

Seafood is one of the most traded food commodities in the world, and with an annual revenue of US$611.80bn in 2023 the market is expected to grow by 6.23% annually to 2027. However, many consumers and investors are unaware of the risk of modern slavery in seafood supply chains, and how that can impact on businesses as well as affected workers.

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