How the Seafood Retailers Actually Makes Things Easier

Posted November 29, 2020 by CasulaFish

Fish are threatened: this is news for no one. As the Responsible Fisheries Week ends, is it not time to promote sustainable consumption of fish at our level.
To buy fish without threatening its biodiversity, avoid endangered or critically endangered species, pay attention to the seasons of fish and avoid fish that have not had time to reproduce ... are all tracks to follow.

Avoid threatened or endangered species

Fish stocks are in perpetual motion, some contradictions can sometimes exist about the species to avoid completely or during a time. But some platforms manage to guide consumers over the months, as is the case of Mr. Goodfish. This European program aims to raise public and professional awareness of more sustainable consumption of seafood. Its slogan: "Choose sustainable and seasonal fish! ". On this site, we find the preferred species for the current winter 2017/2018 (visit this link ). Daffodil, lobster, dab, mackerel, whiting, hake, live, turbot, sardine, are among those among them. With the Seafood Retailers Australia this happens to be a very important aspect.

For a more complete list of fish to be completely avoided, those to consume with moderation and those to favor, direction the conso-guide of the world organization of protection of the environment WWF on this link . Everything is specified species by species in terms of biology, stock status and ecological consequences. We learn for example that it is better to abstain from eating the European eel, which is in critical danger of extinction, but also that some cod , fish that we see more often in our plates, are to be avoided. (provenance to watch). We must not only look after the species we choose but also the labels, and do not hesitate to question his fishmonger including the origin of the seafood that we buy.

Do not miss the fishing and responsible aquaculture labels

To ensure that its fish comes from responsible fishing, it is important to pay attention to the MSC (certified sustainable fishing, guarantees a traceability of resources) and CSA (certified sustainable aquaculture for salmon, trout and shrimp in particular) labels. guarantees that the fish has been produced with respect for the environment and in good working conditions). It is also important to focus as much as possible on local fish .

Watch out for fish looking too small

You should also pay attention to legal fishing sizes and avoid too small fish. They are too young fish that have not been able to reproduce and which are nevertheless essential for the renewal of the species. Even if there are standards in this area, they are not always respected: for example, you should avoid buying a sole less than 24 cm or a place of less than 35 cm.

About the Company :- Founded in 2008, Casula Fish Market is a privately owned family business that has been operating for over 10 years. The owners are actively involved in running the business on a day to day basis, working hard ensuring the company’s values and professional culture resulting in the customers experiencing a high degree of customer care and focus. The initial establishment came from our love and passion for fishing.
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Last Updated November 29, 2020