Mackerel back on the Fish to Eat list

European and Norwegian mackerel have been classified as a yellow three, while mackerel caught by Icelandic and Faroese trawlers has been classified as a red four

The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) has upgraded European and Norwegian mackerel to a yellow ‘three’ rating on its Fish to Eat List, meaning people can eat it occasionally without endangering the species.

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