All seafood products in IKEA stores are sustainable , certified by MSC or ASC
The supermarket brand does not appear to stock sustainable seafood products. If you know otherwise – then let us know!
Depending on store profiles, Wellcome Superstores offer a relatively limited range of chilled and frozen sustainable seafood products, primarily MSC and ASC certified. Numerous stores do not offer sustainable seafood products
Just Green provide sustainable seafood at all stores, however its Wan chai store is smaller and may have less products
All wild fish (frozen and fresh/chilled) sold by Marks & Spencer are from sustainable sources
With only one store, Feather & Bone, regularly stock MSC certified toothfish.
YATA has a reasonable range of frozen sustainable seafood products, with two out of its four stores (San Po Kong, Sha Tin) offering multiple products, primarily MSC and ASC certified.
There are limited sustainable seafood products at only some of Wellcome’s stores.
Three Sixty provide a relatively large range of frozen sustainable seafood products, primarily MSC and ‘Sustainable Seafood’ labels. Both wild capture and farmed products.
All Taste stores stock at least some sustainable seafood products, with some stores stocking multiple products. Mostly frozen, both wild capture and farmed.