Do you know enough about the seafood you eat?
6 Nov 2014 - 2:32 PM  UPDATED 24 Nov 2014 - 12:30 PM

When Matthew Evans leaves his Tasmanian farm to discover where the fish on Australian plates comes from, he’s quickly dragged hook, line and sinker into the complex world of Australia’s love affair with seafood.

Matthew’s discoveries provoke him to ask some tough questions – of the Australian fishing industry and of himself. When it comes to seafood, Australians simply aren’t being told enough about what they’re eating.

We were curious to know how Australians feel about this issue. So to find out, we asked you to tweet your response to our twitter poll during each episode. Thank you to all who took part in our polls.

Episode 3 Results

Will you ask what your seafood is and where it comes from? 94% responded with an overwhelming yes. 

What's the Catch twitter poll results- Episode 1

Episode 2 Results

Do we need to change seafood labelling laws? A strong majority of 97% responded with yes. 
 

What's the Catch twitter poll results- Episode 2

 

Episode 1 Results

Do you know enough about the seafood you eat? Most people say no, they do not know enough about the seafood they eat. 

What's the Catch twitter poll results- Episode 1