Sustainable seafood day competition

Share your favourite seafood dishes - Competition

As part of Sustainable Seafood Day on Friday 31 March, PIRSA is running a competition to win one of two $100 seafood vouchers.

Simply cook a dish using SA seafood and share a photo of your winning meal with us using #SASeafoodState

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Terms and conditions

Promotion commences on 31/03/2017 and ends 5.00pm on 28/04/2017. The winners will be decided by 5 May 2017. Entries will be assessed on the quality of their presentation and the judge's decision will be final. Total Prize pool valued at $200.00 inc GST consisting two $100 vouchers: one from Samtass Brothers Seafood and one from Cappo Seafood. The two winners will be notified by 10 May 2017. This promotion is open only to public Instagram and Twitter accounts. Employees of the Department of Primary Industries and Regions (PIRSA) and members of their family residing at the same address are not eligible to enter. The Promoter is PIRSA - PIRSA ABN 53 763 159 658 of Level 15, 25 Grenfell St, Adelaide SA 5000.

SA - 'The Seafood State'

South Australia's coastal waters are home to some of the country's most sought after seafood delicacies. From Spencer Gulf Prawns to Pipi and family favourites like Snapper, King George Whiting and Southern Calamari, we really are spoilt for choice when it comes to premium quality seafood.

Friday, 31 March is Sustainable Seafood Day, recognising and celebrating our state's premium local seafood, along with two of our great seafood success stories - the Pipi Fishery and Spencer Gulf Prawns Fishery, both of who have been awarded Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certification for their sustainable fishing practices.

With seafood being the most consumed animal protein in the world and with more than 70 per cent of Australia's seafood imported from overseas, it is important for consumers to know that the seafood they enjoy has been sourced locally using sustainable fishing practices.

Show your love for SA seafood and the fishers and producers who work to protect our precious aquatic resources by choosing SA seafood and looking out for the blue MSC Sustainable Seafood tick of approval label on all MSC certified seafood products in supermarkets.

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Page Last Reviewed: 29 Mar 2017
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