What is Sustainable Seafood?
Our oceans are now in a state of global crisis, brought about by overfishing - the single biggest threat to ocean life.
The drive to feed a world growing at a rate of 75 million people every year has put ocean resources under tremendous strain. 90% of fishing grounds in the world are already over-fished or fully exploited.
Sustainable consumption of seafood is the only way to reverse this decline and prevent the predicted collapse of fish stocks within our lifetime.
Sustainable Seafood Guide
WWF-Singapore has launched the Singapore Seafood Guide to empower both consumers and businesses to make informed choices and choose sustainable alternatives in their seafood purchases.
It groups some of the most popular seafood species in Singapore into three categories, namely Recommended, Think Twice, Avoid.
Sustainable Seafood Recipes
The #KnowYourSeafood cooking video series seeks to guide consumers towards making responsible food choices.
Find out how Bosch Culinary Ambassador, Chef John See modifies popular seafood dishes, while paying homage to the aquatic environment.
For other sustainable seafood recipes, click here.
Bosch x WWF
Bosch Home Appliances has partnered with World Wide Fund for Nature Singapore (WWF-Singapore), a leader in wildlife conservation, to encourage eco-conscious seafood consumption practices. The initiative seeks to guide consumers towards making responsible food choices with the launch of a #KnowYourSeafood cooking video series and recipe book.
The Bosch brand has stood for sustainable, quality living since its inception in 1886. All Bosch home appliances are environmentally friendly and manufactured sustainably. Bosch’s alliance with WWF-Singapore underscores the brand’s dedication in delivering a greener way of life, from cooking to eating and living.