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Good Fish Guide

The definitive guide to sustainable seafood from the Marine Conservation Society.This App tells you which fish are good to eat, along with some suggested recipes for cooking them, and which to avoid based on whether they come from well-managed, sustainable stocks or farms. Restaurants and cafés that serve seafood are also rated allowing diners to make an informed choice when booking a table. The guide includes almost every fish you could hope to find in UK shops, restaurants and markets, allowing you to make the best seafood choices.

* english and german *

Category : Books & Reference

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Reviews (30)

Gar. X. Jun 27, 2019     

Too much trying to use my internet browser to show information rather than just show it. Unsure why it needs to determine my location rather than ask for one. It's ok, but I feel it needs work, and an expanded range of fish on the 'in season' page. Perhaps it's left out the out of season ones entirely, but it seemed very sparse. PS fish2fork is currently resting apparently !

How. C. Oct 7, 2020     

A very welcome move towards knowing which fish are sustainable. But like any guide, it is partial and you need more information before you buy. Why are ANY 'farmed' fish recommended at all? The effects of antibiotics and other chemicals that are necessary to rear fish in such artifical high intensity conditions is well known. These leak out into the surrounding waters causing pollution. You also have to consider the levels of microplastic that most marine animals ingest. The whole picture, no.

Nic. J. Jun 28, 2021     

I surprisingly like this simple app. It tells you what fish are in season and what responsibly sourced seafood to look out for. The fish profiles comes with information on it and how its often caught/farmed. It has filters to make narrowing down fish easier and even has a recipes section now. Would recommend this hidden gem of an app to seafood lovers.

Luk. Jun 19, 2019     

It appears this app was abandoned January 2017 (2.5 years ago as I write this). When opening, you get a system warning "this app was built for an older version of Android and may not work properly." Please update the app, developer.

Cal. G. Jun 26, 2020     

Brilliant way to find out what the most sustainable option is and what type of fishing method should be avoided.

Hor. V. Oct 20, 2020     

Great app.Every phone should have it and people should use it every time before they buy fish! It time for us to wake up before is to late

Jar. Feb 12, 2021     

What kind of fish guide doesn't have Orange Roughy?

Sus. W. Dec 22, 2019     

Really usefull when planning my weekly shop

Rom. C. Mar 4, 2020     

This is a very good source of information for a flexitarian trying to be a responsible consumer.

S.. S. Sep 29, 2020     

Nothing for southern hemisphere

A. G. u. Feb 13, 2019     

Rajina is the most sustainable fish 🐠

Bob. K. Sep 1, 2019     

Where are snapper, flathead, mulloway, luderick, tailor, trag...etc

Ric. D. Mar 19, 2017     

Lots of great information, but I was really hoping for a barcode scan option so I could identify which products to buy in the supermarket. This would make it much more useful to me.

Eve. /. V. ;. Jan 11, 2017     

It didn't have what I was looking for. I saw this had a good rating and hoped it would have information on Axolotl's but it didn't.

Giu. T. S. Aug 7, 2018     

Everybody should have and use this app

Wal. T. Dec 11, 2017     

This should be available in all languages! Fish is very hard to translate

Oce. May 22, 2017     

Great info on the go

A. G. u. Nov 12, 2017     

Bout time

Cha. R. Mar 1, 2016     

Loads of information which looks great (although I haven't read through it all yet!) but the visual guide is so useful and I'm shocked how many fish are amber or red! Will definitely influence my choices, thank you.

Chr. K. Jul 25, 2016     

App works great, but i was unable to find the fish i was looking for (Mahi mahi, dolphin, dorado, Wahoo, yellowfin). Data on these fish is easily searchable online, but it's hard to connect when you're out on the ocean.

Kev. B. Feb 23, 2016     

Great app - very informative - beautifully designed - recipes, restaurant ratings, information on the sustainability of different fish, which to buy and which the ethical consumer should avoid.

Pat. C. Mar 5, 2016     

Great App, Have used it for a few years now. Hardly ever buy fish as even that has bycatch, but catch my own instead. I'm guessing it'll stay this way until I can't fish.

Ant. Mar 2, 2016     

Basic app, but invaluable information. This app has highlighted that I've been occasionally eating endangered fish. Now that I'm aware of this, I shall be avoiding them from now on. If you love seafood, you need to have this app installed and refer to it before making a purchase.

Ros. H. Mar 2, 2016     

Easy to use while shopping, loads of info, this will really influence my choices

Dea. B. Mar 1, 2016     

Love this app, really gets you thinking about what you are eating and consequences of your choices!

Mar. H. Jun 8, 2016     

Thank you for making responsible fish consumption so much easier.

Jon. O. Nov 8, 2016     

Manages to convey a lot of useful information in a clear and concise way

A. G. u. Dec 22, 2016     

Helpfull info !

A. G. u. Jun 25, 2017     

It would have been of use if it had information about sustainable fish in other places in the world. In my case india. And also if it had pictures of the fish. Making it easier for common ppl to id them

A. C. Mar 2, 2016     

Exactly what I've needed when buying fish.