Seafood Watch

Seafood Watch


Seafood Watch recommendations help you choose ocean-friendly seafood at your favorite restaurants and stores. Our app brings you the most current recommendations for seafood and sushi along with complete information about how each item should be fished or farmed. The Project FishMap feature lets you contribute to the app, adding the names of restaurants and stores in the U.S. where you’ve found sustainable seafood and locating what other users have found at businesses near you.

Features
· Installs to your device's SD card
· Provides free, up-to-date recommendations at your fingertips with detailed seafood information
· Uses your phone’s GPS to load the right regional guide for your location
· Enables you to search for seafood quickly and easily by common market name
· Allows you to sort seafood by "Best Choice," "Good Alternative" or "Avoid" rankings
· Sushi guide lists fish by Japanese name as well as common market name
· Provides alternatives to seafood on the “Avoid” list
· Project FishMap feature lets you contribute to the app by adding the names of restaurants and stores where you've found ocean-friendly seafood and locate businesses where others have found sustainable seafood
· “Find this Nearby” button lets you locate businesses serving specific items from the “Best Choice” and “Good Alternatives” lists
· Alerts you when updates to the Seafood Watch recommendations are available for download
· Alerts you when new Seafood Watch news items are updated
· Highlights our list of “Super Green” seafood that’s good for you and the oceans

Recent changes:
- Supports SD card installation
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4.1
User ratings
936
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
1
File size
4466 kb
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About Seafood Watch
Seafood Watch recommendations help you choose ocean-friendly seafood at your favorite restaurants and stores. Our app brings you the most current recommendations for seafood and sushi along with complete information about how each item should be fished or farmed. The Project FishMap feature lets you contribute to the app, adding the names of restaurants and stores in the U.S. where you’ve found sustainable seafood and locating what other users have found at businesses near you.

Features
· Installs to your device's SD card
· Provides free, up-to-date recommendations at your fingertips with detailed seafood information
· Uses your phone’s GPS to load the right regional guide for your location
· Enables you to search for seafood quickly and easily by common market name
· Allows you to sort seafood by "Best Choice," "Good Alternative" or "Avoid" rankings
· Sushi guide lists fish by Japanese name as well as common market name
· Provides alternatives to seafood on the “Avoid” list
· Project FishMap feature lets you contribute to the app by adding the names of restaurants and stores where you've found ocean-friendly seafood and locate businesses where others have found sustainable seafood
· “Find this Nearby” button lets you locate businesses serving specific items from the “Best Choice” and “Good Alternatives” lists
· Alerts you when updates to the Seafood Watch recommendations are available for download
· Alerts you when new Seafood Watch news items are updated
· Highlights our list of “Super Green” seafood that’s good for you and the oceans

Recent changes:
- Supports SD card installation

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A Google User
Aug 16, 2014
Needs more detailed explanation of "catch methods" "Catch methods" are not explained well. How will restaurant know how fish was caught?
A Google User
Aug 15, 2014
what about Europe and the Middle East? can you put on some suggestion relevant for these areas? thanks!!
A Google User
Aug 9, 2014
What should be for dinner. Excellent free guide to responsible seafood choices, and frequently updated.
A Google User
Aug 5, 2014
Good but confusing Okay when you put a red dot and label it as Avoid I think that is not healthy to eat but when I read the description you are warning me for the fish population. I am not a fisherman okay. I am in the market and purchasing fish and this fish is already out of water and dead. I can not change it's fate. Overfishing has to be regulated by the governments. I am sorry but you are barking at a wrong tree here. All I need to know is it safe to eat. Thanks.
A Google User
Jul 31, 2014
No good in Australia. Not sure why it came up in Play Store Australia.