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Summer ratings review consultation open now

Posted on: 14th August 2019

Following our annual review of ratings, revised sustainability scores for Cornish seafood have been released today for public consultation, along with all the other worldwide ratings reviewed by our partners at the Marine Conservation Society's Good Fish Guide. Please find attached a spreadsheet which includes a tab with all the Cornish scores that have been reviewed. There are a few changes which are clearly explained. We welcome your feedback and any information that may affect these scores.
View revised ratings here 
To comment, please follow the above link to the spreadsheet, Download it and and insert your comments next to each rating you have infomation on in the indicated  feedback column for ratings of interest. Please note, there are 3 sheets in the workbook: one for farmed fish, one for wild-caught fish, and one for Cornish specific ratings undertaken by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust for the Cornwall Good Seafood Guide.
Please save and email the amended database  to along with any supporting information, and please also copy CGSG  at
We will take all comments into consideration before publicly realeasing the finalised ratings changes in September. 
Find out more about how MCS and CGSG rate seafood here
Please share this page with to anyone you think  might be interested in contributing to this consultation.  
We welcome feedback before 5pm Friday 30th August 2019. 

Cornwall Good Seafood Guide is underpinned by the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) Good Fish Guide. The first UK consumer guide to sustainable seafood. For more information visit

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