Roxanne Nanninga, North America sustainability director for Chicken of the Sea; Carolyn Brady, executive director of the Friends of Cabrillo Marine Aquarium; and Ed Mastro, Cabrillo Marine Aquarium director. (Photo courtesy of Chicken of the Sea)

Chicken of the Sea International, providers of canned seafood products, moved its North American headquarters from San Diego to El Segundo, the company announced May 2.

The new corporate headquarters saw the relocation of 150 staff from San Diego to El Segundo. Chicken of the Sea’s parent company, Thailand-based Thai Union Group, reported revenue exceeding $3.7 billion for 2017, the company said.

Coinciding on World Tuna Day (May 2), the company also said that it had formed a year-long partnership with Cabrillo Marine Aquarium in San Pedro to hold series of lectures, events, workshops and activities designed to educate the public about “marine stewardship and ocean-based sustainability.”

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