There’s a new way to legally get your hands on your favorite seafood.
Legal Seafood, a startup that helps people legally get their hands on seafood, has launched a new app called Seafood Licence, which is currently available for iPhone and Android.
The app is aimed at people with limited or no fishing experience, and requires that people provide information such as their name, email address, phone number, and a photograph.
It also requires them to sign a declaration that their fish is “good for consumption”, and requires them not to take it home without a permit.
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Legal Seafeed has a range of products and services available to help Australians legally obtain their hands-on seafood, from small catch and tackle to artisanal, locally sourced products.
Read more about legal seafood here: More:Legal Seafeeds CEO Scott Henson says the app will be a “game changer” for Australians seeking to legally eat fish.
“People are going to be able to get to the point where they have access to what they need, without being worried about the risk of getting caught,” he said.
He added that the app was “going to be an absolute game changer for consumers”.
“It’s not just about getting legal access to a specific species, but about making sure that they have a product that’s good for them to eat.”