Southern bluefin tuna farmed by

In order to guarantee the safety of the tuna we produce the feeds fed to the tuna and the end product are regularly tested for residues, mercury and other metals, and dioxins and other pollutants. We employ the strictest standards that fall well below the maximum allowable limits of all our destination markets.

Sekol, the industry, and government scientists regularly check the levels of dioxins, PCBs, heavy metals and metalloids, chemical residues, antibiotics and antibacterials, and other general pollutants. We not only set industry standards well below those of other nations and organizations, until now none of the levels of pollutants or residues investigated have exceeded the limits set by the Food Standards of Australia and New Zealand, Codex Alimentarius of the Food and Agriculture Organization  of the World Health Organization, the Food and Drug Administration of the United States, and the various regulatory authorities of the European Union.