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The creatures that dwell within our oceans are a valuable, evolving, and in parts, a depleting resource. Seafood is extraordinarily diverse, doubling as a healthy protein and also an indulgent luxury. The key to good seafood is not just flavour and texture, but also ensuring that it’s sourced with minimal impact on the environment – it’s important that it tastes good, but also helps to preserve our oceans for future generations.

So what is sustainable seafood? Sascha Rust of Good Fish – a data-informed, consumer guide for buying and eating seafood – explains: “It comes down to having an environment-first perspective and considering the ecosystem, and the relationships and health of all those different components.

“The real questions people need to ask are very simple: ‘Where was this fish caught? And how was it caught?’ The next question is, ‘Is

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