Farmed Fish


Atlantic Salmon Iceland

  • Salmo Salar
  • Farmed
  • Origin: 
    Iceland
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Chuka Wakame / Sea Weed

  • Undaria pinnatifida
  • Hand-Raking
  • Origin: 
    Asia
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Chuka Wakame / Sea Weed

  • Undaria pinnatifida
  • Hand-Raking
  • Origin: 
    Asia
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Salmon Irish Organic

  • Salmo salar
  • Sea Based Farming
  • Origin: 
    Ireland
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Nori salted / Sea Weed

  • Porphyra umbilicalis
  • Hand-Raking
  • Origin: 
    Indian ocean
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Nori dried / Sea Weed

  • Porphyra umbilicalis
  • Hand-Raking
  • Origin: 
    Indian ocean
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Marsh Samphire / Sea Weed

  • Salicornia bigelovii
  • Hand-Raking
  • Origin: 
    USA
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Kombu salted / Sea Weed

  • Saccharina Japonica
  • Hand-Raking
  • Origin: 
    Indian, Pacific, Atlantic Ocean
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Kombu dried / Sea Weed

  • Saccharina Japonica
  • Hand-Raking
  • Origin: 
    Indian, Pacific, Atlantic Ocean
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

Seabass Farmed

  • Dicentrarchus labrax
  • Sea Based Farming
  • Origin: 
    Mediterranean
  • Farmed Fish
  • Watertype: 
    Salt
  • Fresh
  • Frozen
  • Delicacy
  • msc
  • sdn
  • asc
Durable Second Choice Undurable
jan feb mrt apr may jun jul aug sep okt nov dec

Available

Marine Stewardship Council

The MSC runs an exciting and ambitious program, working with partners to transform the world's seafood markets and promote sustainable fishing practices.

Our credible standards for sustainable fishing and seafood traceability seek to increase the availability of certified sustainable seafood and our distinctive blue ecolabel makes it easy for everyone to take part.

More info at MSC

Available

Stichting De Noordzee

What's Goede VIS?

Each species is evaluated on sustainability. The species are classified in three colors: green, orange and red. Fish with a red colour you'd better not eat, the damage to nature at sea is too big. Fish in orange have problems in fishing or farming, but get the benefit of the doubt. You can eat green species with good conscience.

More info at SDN

Available

Aquaculture Stewardship Council

What is the ASC

The ASC aims to be the world's leading certification and labelling programme for responsibly farmed seafood. The ASC is a global organisation working with aquaculture producers, seafood processors, retail and foodservice companies, scientists, conservation groups and the public to promote the best environmental and social choice in seafood. The ASC's aquaculture certification programme and seafood label recognises and rewards responsible aquaculture.

More info at ASC

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