What’s good now? An expert guide to sustainable fish for Easter

What’s good now? An expert guide to sustainable fish for Easter

The Guardian

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Ensuring the seafood you buy is good for the environment can be ‘extremely difficult’ for consumers. Four seafood experts share their tips on how to do it

Trawling, line-catching, netting, trapping, farming – with thousands of species of seafood sold in Australia at Easter and many ways they can be caught, it can be difficult to feel confident that what ends up on your plate has been sustainably produced.

But sustainable seafood exists, and is sold in supermarket freezers and counters as well as specialist fishmongers across the country. Making sure that what you are eating hasn’t come at great cost to the environment involves asking questions, learning to love specific species of seafood and checking what you know against guides and systems set up by organisations that have done the research.

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