We believe Santo Amaro®
is the MOST SUSTAINABLE canned tuna that exits. Here’s why.
Unlike tuna caught using nets, Pole & Line tuna fishing doesn’t produce by-catch, zero catch is discarded, and tuna schools that are fished survive to reproduce and continue living on.
At Santo Amaro® fishermen use traditional poles made of natural bamboo, the same poles used by their ancestors.
Santo Amaro® sources tuna from fishing family owned and operated small Pole & Line tuna fishing boats.
Santo Amaro® relies on close relationships with Pole & Line boat owners and crews making traceability and fishing method verification a simple and fully transparent process.
Collaborates with Pole & Line fishermen to improve efficiencies and support their survival.
Santo Amaro® supports fishing communities by packing our tuna in traditional fishing areas adjacent to where the tuna are caught, ensuring the freshest product possible.
Santo Amaro® guarantees that all of our products are only sourced from countries with responsible, democratic, and accountable governments.
Ensures that its factory artisans have years of experience on average, are highly valued, and are provided with fair compensation and superior working conditions.
Santo Amaro® is committed to providing the best tasting tuna from 100% natural ingredients – always!
We are Sustainable!
At Santo Amaro we are working hard to build a better world for future generations by preserving our marine resources and leveraging our ancestors wisdom and understanding of artisanal fishing methods.
With your support we'll be able to rebuild our fishing communities and continue producing better, 100% natural products, made by dedicated artisans.
Is the way we make our mission a reality.
No contact with the sea floor.
Essentially no by-catch except for an extremely small amount of bait.
Any accidently captured fish are released free of harm.
Provides a lifeline for fishing communities.
In harmony with the marine environment.
More artisanal catch means less need for destructive industrialized fishing.