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Fishery/production areas

You will see that all of the seafoods listed on the Good Fish Guide have both a “FAO” and, where appropriate, an “ICES” reference depending on where they were caught, or farmed. These areas are shown in the maps below:

FAO area map

FAO Areas

ICES area map

ICES Areas

Actions you can take

  1. Download our guide showing how fish are caught
  2. Download our guide showing how fish are farmed

Did you know?…

Over the last century, we have lost around 90% of the biggest predatory oceanic fish, such as tuna, swordfish and sharks

As a result of using our Good Fish Guide ratings 5.7 million seafood meals every week are now more sustainable

In the UK we eat 486,000 tonnes of seafood a year, which is 8.2kg per person

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