Sustainable seafood is seafood that is either caught or farmed in ways that consider the long-term vitality of harvested species and the well-being of the oceans.
The Sustainable Seafood movement began in the 1990’s and highlights overfishing and environmentally destructive fishing methods. Through a number of initiatives, the movement has increased awareness and raised concerns over the way our fish are obtained. Whale Coast Seafoods we fully support Sustainable Seafood & Fishing Methods.

Anchovy Abalone (farmed)* Black Musselcracker/Poenskop
Calamari (Squid) African Sharptooth Dageraad
Horse Mackerel/ Maasbanker (midwater trawl)* Catfish (farmed)* Kob (trawl caught)*
Hottentot (line caught)* Carpenter (line caught)* Red Stumpnose/Miss Lucy
Kob (farmed in SA on land)* East Coast Spiny Lobster Sharks (trawl caught)*
Monk Fish Geelbek/Cape Salmon (line caught)* Skates and Rays*
Mussels Hake (SA longline)* Tuna (imported longline)8
Oysters Kingklip NO SALE SPECIES
Rainbow Trout (farmed in SA)* Kob (farmed at sea or line caught)* Baardman/Belman
Sardines (South African) Ling (New Zealand Kingklip) Blacktail/Dassie
Snoek (South African) Panga (line caught)* Brindle Bass
Tuna (pole caught ONLY)* Pangasius/Basa (farmed)* Bronze Bream
Yellowtail Prawns Cape Stumpnose
Red Roman Galjoen
Sole (East Coast) Garrick
Tuna (local longline)* King Fish
West Coast Rock Lobster Knife Jaw
White Stumpnose (line caught)* Natal Stumpnose
Yellowtail (locally farmed)* Natal Wrasse
Potato Bass
Red Steenbras
River Snapper
Spotted Grunter
West Coast
White Mussel-cracker
White Steenbras