Are you a sucker for salmon sushi or perhaps keen on a piece of red roman,
yet you are torn by the decision as both are on the WWF-SASSI Orange list?
You’ll be glad to know that South African rainbow trout is a perfect salmon sushi alternative!
And that Cape bream/hottentot is a delicious red roman equivalent!
In fact, there are many amazing seafood alternatives that are both sustainable and tasty.
WWF-SASSI identified some common seafood favourites and appropriate Green-listed alternatives to encourage more adventurous ordering when you’re eating out and inspire your creative cooking genius.
Cape Salmon, Sole, Cape Dory
Cape Salmon and other game fish
Santer, Cod or even Kingklip when lightly cured and firm
Santer, Panga, Red Roman, Carpenter, White Stumpnose
Horse Mackerel (demersal trawl)
Norwegian Salmon, especially good for sushi
Other Tuna, Swordfish, other game fish
Game fish, Cape Salmon and Tuna in sushi
You can encourage WWF-SASSI retailers, suppliers and big seafood franchises to stick to their commitments by:
You can also encourage retailers, suppliers and restaurants not working with WWF-SASSI by asking about their seafood sustainability plans.
You don’t need to be an award-winning chef to cook sustainable seafood…
That is because WWF-SASSI has joined with chefs from all over South Africa to help you cook-up and plate delicious and inspiring dishes in your own home.
It’s never been easier to cook sustainable seafood at home!