Food Network for Ethical Trade (FNET)

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The Food Network for Ethical Trade (FNET) was established in 2016 by a number of major UK food companies to improve human rights in global food supply chains through a common approach to managing ethical trade.

FNET aims to support members to identify, manage and respond to global food supply chain ethical trade risks, to improve the food industry’s understanding of ethical trade, to identify and facilitate collaboration opportunities, to promote trust and to build a forum for sharing issues and best practice.

FNET currently have 45 members – food suppliers, brands and retailers who are working to develop their collective capacity to make change in their supply chains.

This supplier-led initiative is aiming to use the collective leverage of suppliers and retailers to bring about positive change in global food supply chains working conditions by providing guidance, resources, training and opportunities for collaboration.


Significance for seafood businesses: 

Not seafood-specific. There are a number of organisations that offer practical business support to help manage socially responsible business practices. There are also various tools and guidance notes available which are free to use which will help buyers manage their supply chain and make a more informed judgement on the risks they face when sourcing seafood.


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