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Seafood Guide, your sustainable fish companion.

Quickly look up seafood items to tell if they are invasive, sustainable and heathy.

For iOS

About

The Seafood Guide is a valuable tool that lets you quickly look up seafood items to tell if they are invasive, sustainable and heathy.

FAQ

Frequently asked questions.

Let us help answer the most common questions you might have.

Have a problem to report?

If you’ve encountered a problem and your question is not answered here, please feel free to contact us at [email protected] Please make sure to mention which software or widget you have and what version it is.

How do I download Apps?

An email will be automatically sent with download instructions. Remember to unblock the domain grovedesigns.co sometimes spam filters will filter out the automated email that gets delivered after a purchase. Please check all junk folders before contacting.

How do I view fish data in each category?

Fish data is segmented into six categories on the main view. You simply tap on the category your interested in and it will return those fish. You can then drill into the fish items to get more information about the fish as well as recommendations and the ability to share with a friend.

How does this app help with my overall health?

Seafood is one of the major foods linked to foodborne illness. And it’s not just things like bacteria that could make eating seafood a concern, but also the drugs or other chemicals used to produce some farmed fish. The growing share of imported seafood that we consume is of particular concern because much of it comes from industrial-scale fish farms. Less than 2 percent of seafood imports to the U.S. are inspected for contamination. And the crowded, unsanitary conditions on many industrial fish farms breed bacteria, viruses and parasites, forcing producers to use antibiotics and chemicals to prevent disease outbreaks.

What is your refund policy?

Our refund policy is a 30 day policy. If your unhappy or find the software not to your expectations then we will refund. However each purchase does offer free updates for the life of the software, which means that most of the features that people want get added in with time.

Where does the data come from?

The data comes from Food & Water Watch, a reputable food and water safety advocacy organization in Washington DC. They routinely come out with recommendations on fish safety including which fish are safe to eat, which ones are sustainable and more. This app hopes to capture the essence of their hard work.

What is the "Dirty Dozen"?

The species on this list get a big thumbs down for failing to meet two or more of our criteria for safer and more sustainable seafood. For instance, imported farmed shrimp is linked to potential contamination, environmentally problematic farming methods and negative socio-economic implications for coastal communities. Open-water farmed salmon is also raises concerns in each of these categories. Bluefin tuna, a wild-caught species, raises major red flags in two areas: the status of the stock is very low due to international overfishing and it is associated with high levels of mercury contamination.

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Trusted

The data comes from Food & Water Watch, a reputable food and water safety advocacy organization in Washington DC.

Invasive species

More than 100 types of fish and shellfish were evaluated to create the only guide assessing not only the health and environmental effects of eating certain seafood.

Dirty Dozen

The species on this list get a big thumbs down for failing to meet two or more of our criteria for safer and more sustainable seafood.

Protect your health

Seafood is one of the major foods linked to foodborne illness. And it’s not just things like bacteria that could make eating seafood a concern.