Sustainable Seafood in Singapore

So, apparently there isn’t a sustainable seafood guide for Singapore yet. But the WWF has sustainable seafood guides for Hong Kong and Indonesia. Between those two, I imagine a large variety of seafood consumed in Singapore is covered. As a signatory of CITES, Singapore requires CITES permits for the import of certain endangered species, but their list of marine species for which such permits are required does not include most of the species being consumed that are overfished.

1 Response to “Sustainable Seafood in Singapore”


  1. 1 Singapore Guide December 27, 2008 at 11:04 pm

    I myself am a seafood lover and enjoy eating many different types of seafoods but I am still in total agreement as the conservation of endangered species is of the utmost importance.


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