Modern Slavery Statement

Sydney Fish Market is a leader in the seafood industry, and we therefore feel a strong sense of responsibility as an organisation for setting the standard in responsible industry practice. Thus, we are committed to respecting human rights in everything we do.

Through our Responsible Sourcing Policy, we actively seek to both minimise the impact of our activities and operations, while supporting and promoting responsible practices at every stage of the seafood supply chain.

With this policy and the ethos behind it in mind, during 2018-19, we undertook an assessment of the risks of modern slavery in our main supply chains, going on to develop our Modern Slavery Policy and Implementation Plan.

Under our modern slavery policy, we do not tolerate modern slavery in any form. We are committed to three principles:

  1. Acting ethically and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships.
  2. Implementing effective systems and controls to ensure modern slavery is not taking place anywhere in our business or on our site; and,
  3. Ensuring, as far as we are able, that our supply chains are free from modern slavery.

We are committed to addressing the risks of modern slavery, and engaging with internal and external stakeholders and experts, to continuously evolve our response to this challenging and complex issue.