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Mackerel removed from the MCS's Fish to Eat list – Cook Food. Eat Food.

Mackerel removed from the MCS's Fish to Eat list

Mackerel has been removed from the Marine Conservation Society’s Fish to Eat list and is now rated as a fish to eat only occasionally.
Herring and sardine are still on the menu but it’s a shame mackerel is no longer considered a sustainable fish – I love the stuff.
From the MCS website:
“If people want to continue eating mackerel they should ensure they buy it from as sustainable a source as possible. That means fish caught locally using traditional methods –  including handlines, ringnets and drift nets – or from suppliers who are signatories to the principles of the Mackerel Industry Northern Sustainability Alliance”
Full story on the Marine Conservation Society’s website.