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Who uses our ratings?

MCS Good Fish Guide ratings underpin the sustainable seafood advice provided by the following organisations and projects:

CWT L2_Dorset SA_FFL Fishcity SRA

We are pleased to announce that the following businesses and organisations are using our seafood ratings to help inform their work and buying decisions.

Using our ratings but not listed?
Email us on info@mcsuk.org so we can add your logo.

L2_AbelCole L2_Abergavenny Food Festival L2_adnams AK Wildlife Cruises Angel Hill Logo L2_BCS L2_Belmond L2_Bidfood L2_billingsgate L2_blackfriars L2_brakes L2_BritishMuseum L2_Cafe_Spice L2_Campbridge_uni L2_Captain_Galley L2_Compass L2_CoOp L2_Dechra L2_DirectSeafood L2_Durham Eden Caterers Logo L2_FishCity L2_FishForever Fooditude logo L2_gather L2_Gig L2_Gliffoes L2_Gov_buying L2_GreaterLondon L2_GreenGourmet L2_HHCS L2_Jamie_oliver L2_Kingfisher L2_Leon L2_LondonOlympics L2_LondonSealife L2_lovering L2_Lussmanns L2_Masterchefg L2_mj L2_Morrisons National Marine Aquarium Logo New England Seafood L2_NFandCA Cafe ODE Sticks'n'Sushi

Actions you can take

  1. View the Good Fish Guide online
  2. Download our award winning 'Good Fish Guide App'.
  3. Download the Good Fish Guide .pdf

Did you know?…

MCS launched the Good Fish Guide in 2001 to help people make good seafood choices

41% of North East Atlantic stocks including those around the UK are subject to overfishing

Over 3,000 sq km of our seabed is now protected from bottom-towed gear

What's your impact on our seas?

You can play a key role in securing the future of our seas and marine wildlife by making more environmentally responsible choices when buying seafood.

Make the right choice and reduce your impact - every purchase matters!

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