Ex-Bumble Bee CEO Christoper Lischewski is scheduled to report to a minimum security camp in Lompoc, California on Monday, according to court filings.

On June 16, a US district court in northern California sentenced ex-Bumble Bee CEO Christoper Lischewski to 40 months in prison. The court also ruled Lischewski must pay a $100,000 (€88,679) fine.

"I do recognize that I have been found guilty of a crime, and I must serve the sentence that you passed down to me," Lischewski said at his sentencing.

"But I do believe the evidence we provided showed no financial harm or a finding of any financial impact or price fixing on US consumers."

Last month he filed an appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco over the ruling.