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Fishy goings-on for lunch in the East End

PUBLISHED: 19:00 05 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:59 05 October 2010

Children at English Martyrs School, Wapping, have sustainable fish for lunch

Children at English Martyrs School, Wapping, have sustainable fish for lunch

KIDS caught a bite when they chowed down on sustainable fish last week. Primary schools across Tower Hamlets took part in the Marine Stewardship Council s Sustainable Seafood Lunch last Thursday. The lunches were part of a global initiative to serve cert

KIDS caught a bite when they chowed down on sustainable fish last week.

Primary schools across Tower Hamlets took part in the Marine Stewardship Council's Sustainable Seafood Lunch last Thursday.

The lunches were part of a global initiative to serve certified sustainable seafood for lunch in canteens, restaurants and homes around the world as part of the celebrations for the MSC's tenth anniversary.

The MSC was set up to make choosing sustainable seafood easier and the council's eco-label means it can be traced back to a certified sustainable fishery.


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