Where to buy MSC certified sustainable seafood

In Australia and New Zealand, you’ll find MSC certified sustainable seafood with the blue fish tick on over 500 products as well as some restaurant menus.

How to find sustainable seafood

Just look for the MSC blue fish tick label when shopping or dining. Seafood with the blue fish tick can be traced back to an MSC certified sustainable fishery.
Choose sustainable seafood with the blue fish tick

Supermarkets selling sustainable seafood

You'll find MSC certified sustainable seafood in all major retailers in Australia and New Zealand.

Aldi

ALDI was proudly awarded the 2020 MSC Sustainable Seafood Award for Best Sustainable Seafood Mid-Size Retailer. ALDI has the largest own-brand range of MSC certified sustainable seafood of any Australian retailer. Their MSC range includes chilled pollock, tinned Alaskan salmon and frozen New Zealand hoki.

Go to aldi.com.au

Coles

Coles was awarded the 2020 MSC Sustainable Seafood Award for Best Sustainable Seafood Supermarket, Coles offers a wide range of MSC labelled seafood products including raw banana prawns and pink ling in the deli seafood department as well as a great selection of products in the freezer department and canned seafood aisle.

Go to coles.com.au

The Fish Shoppe

The Fish Shoppe at South Melbourne Market and Smith St, Collingwood was awarded the 2020 MSC Sustainable Seafood Award for Best Sustainable Seafood Local Retailer. Their all Australian and New Zealand MSC certified range includes yellowfin tuna, albacore and swordfish from Walker Seafoods, Goolwa PipiCo pipis and Australiana Prawns.

Go to thefishshoppe.com.au

Woolworths

Woolworths was awarded 2020 Sustainable Seafood Award - People’s Choice. Woolworths offers a wide range of MSC labelled seafood across all of its seafood categories, including products from Goolwa PipiCo and John West, as well as under the Woolworths brand.

Go to woolworths.com.au
Mures Tasmania

Mures Tasmania

The first and only restaurant and speciailst shop to become MSC certified in Tasmania. This iconic venue is ensuring we have a delicious future full of fish.

Go to mures.com.au

 

 

Brands committed to sustainable seafood

A wide range of brands offer MSC certified seafood. Just look for the MSC blue fish tick label on the packet.

 

Birds Eye

Birdseye fish products proudly carry the MSC blue tick on favourites such as Fish Fingers, Oven Bake and Deli fish range.

Go to birdseye.com.au

Findus Jamie Oliver

Findus Jamie Oliver fish fingers and fish cakes are made from MSC certified pollock, which you can find in Woolworths stores.

Findus Jamie Oliver online

Glacier 51

Glacier 51 Toothfish was awarded 2020 MSC Sustainable Seafood Award for Best Sustainable Seafood Product. The Glacier 51 Toothfish is a premium fish with a remarkable journey, from the wild Southern Ocean to the world’s best Chefs and restaurants, it MSC Certified Sustainable as well as carbon neutral. Visit the website for a list of distributors, restaurants and retailers stocking Glacier 51 in Australia and New Zealand.

Go to australfisheries.com.au

Goolwa PipiCo

Goolwa PipiCo harvest from the pristine cold waters off the Coorong National Park, South Australia. Their pipis are available at Woolworths and Costco as well as independent seafood distributors around Australia.

Go to goolwapipico.com

John West

Australia’s most popular brand, John West has skipjack tuna in a wide variety of delicious flavours. Also keep an eye out for John West canned wild salmon and mackerel and chilled wild sockeye salmon available in major retailers with the blue fish tick.

Go to johnwest.com.au

Karumba Banana Prawns

Fiery sunsets and salty water are in the DNA of Karumba Banana Prawns. Sustainably caught in the wild Gulf of Carpentaria, Karumba Banana Prawns are incredibly versatile – equally good at home on the BBQ or in top-tier restaurants around the world. If you're interested in sourcing Karumba Prawns for commercial or home cooking, get in touch with the Austral Fisheries team.

Go to australfisheries.com.au

Ocean Choice International

Ocean Choice International’s wild scallops, harvested from the icy waters of the North Atlantic are available with the MSC blue fish tick from food service industry distributor Bidfood.

Go to bidfood.com.au

Paspaley

Silver Lip Pearl Oyster meat is an exclusive & rare delicacy handpicked from the pristine waters of the Kimberley, Australia. Paspaley Pearl Meat is MSC certified, traced as an environmentally sustainable sourced seafood.

Go to Paspaley website

Safcol

Safcol canned salmon with the MSC blue fish tick is available at IGA and independent retailers around Australia.

Go to safcol.com.au

Seafrost

Seafrost is a frozen seafood brand by Bidfood, a leading food service industry distributor. They offer whiting, hoki, pollock and flounder products with the MSC blue fish tick.

Go to bidfood.com.au

Sealord

You can find the MSC blue fish tick on Sealord’s wide range of frozen New Zealand hoki and southern blue whiting products, available at both Coles & Woolworths.

Go to sealord.com.au

Skull Island Tiger Prawns

Skull Island Tiger Prawns are the biggest prawns you’ll find in Australia! Wild-caught in the Gulf of Carpentaria, only the finest are picked to become the premium, sustainable and carbon neutral Skull Island branded prawns. Check out the website for a list of distributors, restaurants and retailers stocking MSC certified Skull Island Tiger Prawns.

Go to australfisheries.com.au

Spencer Gulf King Prawns

The first Australian prawns to carry the MSC blue fish tick, Spencer Gulf King Prawns have been certified sustainable since 2011. You can find Spencer Gulf prawns at distributors and retailers all around Australia.

Go to SGKP website

 

 

Restaurants with sustainable seafood on the menu

Currently, there are just a few restaurants providing MSC certified seafood on their menu. Ask your waiter next time you're dining out about MSC.

The View

The View restaurant is located at Taronga Zoo Sydney and offers delicious, certified sustainable MSC labelled seafood on its menu.

Go to taronga.org.au
Mures Tasmania

Mures Tasmania

The first and only restaurant and speciailst shop to become MSC certified in Tasmania. This iconic venue is ensuring we have a delicious future full of fish.

Go to mures.com.au

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