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Hansung is committed to sourcing seafood that can be traced back to sustainable fisheries.

Hansung Launches New Surimi Product

  (SOUTH KOREA, 3/24/2015)

Hansung Enterprise Co., Ltd, a seafood processor based in Busan, South Korea has announced the nationwide distribution of a new surimi product, Crami Essence, made with Alaska pollock sourced from the MSC certified Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands and Gulf of Alaska pollock fisheries. Crami Essence is available through the majority of major retail locations in South Korea, including Lotte Mart, Korea’s largest retailer.

Hansung Enterprise Co., Ltd, recently achieved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Chain of Custody certification for sustainable, wild-caught seafood.

Cheese Plus Crami, Premium Crami and Essence Crami.

“Hansung is committed to sourcing seafood that can be traced back to sustainable fisheries that have been certified to the global MSC standard,” said Mr Clifford Yang, Vice President of Hansung Enterprise. “We would like to play our part in ensuring the health and vitality of the ocean, and to provide consumers with a choice – for products that are tasty and sustainably sourced.”

Crami Surimi.

Crami Essence surimi, which bears the blue MSC ecolabel for sustainable and wild-caught seafood, is now available through the majority of large distributors in South Korea through online and in-store retailer locations, including Lotte Mart, Lotte Department stores, Shinsegae Department stores, Hyundai Department stores and Aekyung Industrial Co Ltd. Department stores. As South Korea’s largest retailer, Lotte Mart introduced Crami Essence surimi as the first product in their stores to bear the blue MSC ecolabel with plans to source additional MSC certified products in the future.

“Sustainability and environmental friendliness is at the core of our business,” said Mr. Han, Director of Lotte. “We gladly offer Crami Essence surimi in our supermarkets, as part of our long term plan towards sustainable and environmentally friendly merchandising. This marks the start of our sustainable seafood journey and we will continue to introduce more MSC certified products in our stores in 2015.”

Hansung processes and sells Seafood products primarily in South Korea.

Mr Kelvin Ng, MSC Asia Pacific Director, said, “We welcome Hansung Enterprise to the MSC program and are delighted that Lotte Mart is implementing an increasing commitment to source sustainable seafood. Consumers now can choose to support the sustainably managed fisheries by purchasing products that carry the blue MSC ecolabel and help to ensure sustainable seafood for this and future generations.”

About Hansung Enterprise

Hansung Enterprise Co., Ltd processes and sells Seafood products primarily in South Korea.

I Love Crab Crami Surimi.

Hansung has opened a new chapter of Deep Sea Fisheries. Hansung was the first Korean Company to fish the North Pacific Ocean in 1969, with the idea of a "new Challenge". Through the continuous development of new fishing grounds and fishing methods, the company has been providing abundant fresh marine resources from the World's Oceans.

Hansung was the first to produce Alaskan Pollock Fillets in Korea. Since then, the company has developed high quality seafood products such as Premium Grade Surimi Product; Crami and various Seasoned & Salted Products.

Hansung is growing into an International Enterprise through joint-venture businesses with the United States, Argentina, China, Russia and others.

Source: MSC

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