Aussie prawn fishers urge public to choose sustainably this Christmas

NPF sorting trays full of banana prawns

Some 63% of the country’s wild-caught prawns are now certified to the MSC standard

With Australians expected to consume at least 22,000 tonnes of prawns during this year’s festive period, enough to fill 10 Olympic-sized swimming pools, new data from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) finds that 63% of the country’s wild-caught prawns are certified as sustainable to the organisation’s standard.

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