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Fish on Friday? Check out the Sustainable Seafood Guide

Let us eat from the oceans sustainably
Ever on the lookout for ways to help us make more sustainable food choices, the hard-working people at Sustainable Table have got together with GoodFishBadFish and cast their gazes towards the oceans. The result is Switch The Fish, a handy guide to keep in your pocket the next time you head to the fish markets. Having just returned from a week eating delicious sustainable line-caught fish in New Zealand, I’m in the grips of a sustainable seafood frenzy and am about to print it out so I can take it with me to the Fish Markets this afternoon.

Download your copy of Switch The Fish here.

Bon Appetit!

Michelle

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  • Great! Thank you! I have been asking around about this and no one had any info!

    • Michelle

      You’re welcome Anita – I find Sustainable Table is always a good place to start, it’s chocka full of handy hints and information.

  • Great! Thank you! I have been asking around about this and no one had any info!

  • Great! Thank you! I have been asking around about this and no one had any info!

  • I catch my own, I am not sure how long that is sustainable for. If no one else catches anything it would be fine!

    • Michelle

      🙂 That’s a whopper you’ve got there, Katrina. If no one else gets out there with a supertrawler and we all stick to only as much as we need I have my fingers crossed for the replenishing of the oceans – as with all things though, time will tell.

  • I catch my own, I am not sure how long that is sustainable for. If no one else catches anything it would be fine!

  • I catch my own, I am not sure how long that is sustainable for. If no one else catches anything it would be fine!

  • Farmed fish is often touted as a viable alternative to wild catch. But now even that is considered to have a negative impact on the fish population. The food chain’s getting really fragile and vulnerable.

  • Farmed fish is often touted as a viable alternative to wild catch. But now even that is considered to have a negative impact on the fish population. The food chain’s getting really fragile and vulnerable.

  • Farmed fish is often touted as a viable alternative to wild catch. But now even that is considered to have a negative impact on the fish population. The food chain’s getting really fragile and vulnerable.

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