The Good Fish Guide
The fish that we eat impacts the health of our ocean and marine life that call it home. Our Good Fish Guide helps you to make informed choices about the seafood on your plate, using a simple traffic light system - Red means Fish to Avoid and Green is a Good Choice.
Our seas face a wide range of threats, including climate change, pollution, habitat loss and biodiversity loss.
The UN has named unsustainable fishing as the greatest driver of marine biodiversity loss in the world. 90% of global fish stocks are fully or overexploited.
We've developed a tool which allows you to browse, search and explore seafood species which are clearly rated by their sustainability score - using rigorously researched ratings.
Visit the Good Fish Guide to learn more or browse our helpful guides and resources below to learn more about sustainable seafood.
How the Good Fish Guide works
The Good Fish Guide has all the advice you need to make sure your fish dish is sustainable. Here's our handy guide on how it works and how we work out our fish ratings.
Add the Good Fish Guide to your phone
Our Good Fish Guide ratings are just a tap away. Simply add the guide to your home screen for seafood sustainability advice at your fingertips – even when you're offline.
How our Good Fish Guide ratings work
There are more than 600 sustainability ratings on the Good Fish Guide, covering around 130 species. Every one is carefully researched and rigorously reviewed, ensuring the guide is accurate, transparent and credible.