Asahisuisan Co., Ltd. has been helping customers thrive by providing safe and delicious marine products from Japan. Then with the move to Toyosu Market on October of 2018, to stabilize the safety and sanitization, we revised the food safety management system from scratch to give customer peace of mind while delivery safer products.
Additionally, to sustain a continuous flow of marine products delivery, we planned to protect the limited marine resources,
Since we started conducting food-based business, we have dedicated ourselves to contribute to our customers as well as the society at large to help them prosper.
To provide safe and reliable products for our customers, we acquired the Foundation Food Safety System Certification 22000 (FSSC) and have established a hygiene management system. We also manage and are constantly improving the hygiene management system to strive to supply pure, high-quality, uncontaminated products.
|Certificate of Registration||FSSC22000（Version 4.1）|
PAS221、FSSC22000 (Version 4.1)
|Registered Category||C1 (Processing of perishable animal products), F1 (Retail / Wholesale)|
|Registration Date||October 10th, 2019|
|Examination Registration Organization||AUDIS Co., Ltd.|
|Registered organization||Asahisuisan Co., Ltd.|
|Address||Tokyo, Koto-ku, Toyosu 6-5-1|
|Registered Facilities||Headquaters Tokyo, Koto-ku, Toyosu 6-6-1 Management Facility Bld. 517
Processing Bld. Tokyo, Koto-ku, Toyosu 6-5-2 Processing and Packaging Bld. 401-D
Wholesale Processing Area Tokyo, Koto-ku, Toyosu 6-5-1 Wholesale Market Area “I” 111～112
Wholesale Store Tokyo, Koto-ku, Toyosu 6-5-1 Wholesale Market Area 8118～8126
|Registration Applicable for:||Processing and packaging of wholesale products such as seafood as well as perishable foods (fishery products, fruits and vegetables)|
In September 2015, the United Nations Summit adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be completed by the year 2030. Within the 17 goals, the 14th goal “Life Below Water”. This goal has a target plan to “Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development” which is needs to make progress.
Currently, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that 58.1% of marine resources are said to be fully-exploited or fully-fished while 31.4% is estimated as over-exploited or overfished. We must act immediately to preserve marine life and resources. To contribute the preservation of the ocean resources, for example, one can make an agreement on an appropriate haul amount beforehand and have eco-friendly labels on the products for customers to choose from.
Asahisuisan plan on obtaining Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Aquaculture Stewardship Council（ASC） certifications. This will allow the use of sea eco-friend labels for customers to be able to distinguish between unprotected and protected limited marine resources.
Asashisuisan will continue to promote sustainable seafood in order to protect limited marine resources.