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Sustainable Seafood Guide

Australia's Sustainable Seafood Guide is an excellent tool to help you make an ocean-friendly choice about the seafood you eat

Australia's Sustainable Seafood Guide is an excellent tool to help you make an ocean-friendly choice about the seafood you eat

Sustainable Seafood Guide

by Paul Craig
Sustainable Seafood Guide
Sustainable Seafood Guide
Sustainable Seafood Guide

What is it about?

Australia's Sustainable Seafood Guide is an excellent tool to help you make an ocean-friendly choice about the seafood you eat. This is an independent Guide to choosing your seafood wisely. If you love your seafood but also love our oceans, then this is the app for you.

Sustainable Seafood Guide

App Details

Version
2.7
Rating
NA
Size
46Mb
Genre
Lifestyle Reference
Last updated
June 27, 2017
Release date
September 7, 2011
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App Store Description

Australia's Sustainable Seafood Guide is an excellent tool to help you make an ocean-friendly choice about the seafood you eat. This is an independent Guide to choosing your seafood wisely. If you love your seafood but also love our oceans, then this is the app for you.

Australia’s Sustainable Seafood Guide is the only app of its kind for Australian seafood. It shows you the sustainability of over 90 different types of seafood, including those from wild-caught fisheries, fish farms and imported species.

It also features Greenpeace’s Canned Tuna Guide, which shows you the best brands to buy to avoid destructive fishing practices.

Download the Guide to access the easy to use traffic light sustainability ranking system, with Green ‘Better Choice’, Amber ‘Eat Less’ and Red ‘Say No’.

The app has been developed by the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS), Australia’s leading marine environmental not-for-profit in response to growing public concerns about overfishing, fish farming and our impact on our ocean wildlife. www.marineconservation.org.au

Features:
•Easy to use traffic light sustainability ranking system
•Free, up to date seafood assessments
•Search for seafood marketed under common names or Australian Standard Names
•Choose the best brand of tuna from Greenpeace’s Canned Tuna Guide.