What you put in your shopping cart can make a big difference for healthy oceans.

Your grocery store can be an ally or an obstacle in your quest to be a sustainable shopper. Take our seafood challenge and find out how your purchases add up.

Are you a Sustainable Shopper? Take the challenge to find out how you score.

Take The Challenge
The Sustainable Shopper Challenge

Take this quiz to learn how your shopping habits help or hurt seafood sustainability.

To start, please select your usual grocery store:

Next, tell us about your typical shopping habits:

Calculate My Score

Please answer all challenge questions.

The Sustainable Shopper Challenge
0/100

Not bad. You could improve a couple of areas, but your shopping practices generally support sustainable seafood. Share your score with friends, and see if they can score better. Also, let supermarkets know you care!

Your Results Explained

Taking this Quiz

+50 points

The fact that you're taking this quiz already says a lot! You get 50 points right off the bat.

Shopping at Other

0 points

Costco received a score of 5.35 out of 10 on Greenpeace's supermarket rankings on seafood sustainability. They do a good job of not selling red-list fish, but aren't very transparent about their processes.

Ask your store to improve their seafood sustainability practices.

Tuna Purchases

+1 points

Question: Do you buy canned tuna?

Your Answer: Yes, but only sustainably farmed.

All tuna fishing decreases fish population in the oceans, but limiting your purchases to either pole-and-line caught or FAD-free tuna helps to keep the damage in check.

Consideration of
Sustainability

+2 points

Question: How much do you consider sustainability when shopping for seafood?

Your Answer: I nearly always know what is a responsible seafood purchase.

Good job! You're a conscientious seafood shopper.

Red List
Purchases

+2 points

Question: How much do you consider sustainability when shopping for seafood?

Your Answer: I nearly always know what is a responsible seafood purchase.

Good job! You're a conscientious seafood shopper.

Encouraging
Sustainability

-1 points

Question: How much do you consider sustainability when shopping for seafood?

Your Answer: I nearly always know what is a responsible seafood purchase.

Good job! You're a conscientious seafood shopper.

Ask your store to use

More Sustainable Practices

If consumers stand up together to let their local grocery stores know that they demand seafood sustainability, we can make them change their policies. Add your name to the petition asking that your store adopt more sustainable practices.