5 Things You Should Know About Sustainable Seafood
In the United States, sustainable seafood is not only a possibility, it’s our priority. We are recognized as a global leader in sustainable seafood, because we rely on strong science, responsive management, and enforced compliance.
Show Seafood Some Love and Get Heart Healthy!
U.S. seafood is sustainably produced, so it’s good for the planet. But did you know that it’s also good for your heart?
Did you know that the United States is recognized as a global leader in sustainable seafood? U.S. fishermen and fish farmers operate under some of the most robust and transparent environmental standards in the world.
Behind the Scenes of the Most Consumed Seafood
Learn about the robust and transparent environmental standards that make U.S. seafood sustainable.
Seafood: A Fare for Every Palate
With seafood, you can get the nutrients you need in the flavors you love. When it comes to flavor, seafood offers an ocean of diversity.
Enjoy Sustainable Seafood at Home
July is Domestic Seafood Month and the perfect time to fire up the grill! Check out these recipes to learn how to make restaurant-quality grilled seafood at home.
Alaska’s Pollock Fishery: A Model of Sustainability
Alaska’s cold, nutrient-rich waters support some of the largest and most successful commercial fisheries on the planet. The pollock fishery is one of them.
Think Outside the Bird this Thanksgiving: Serve up Some Seafood
“Turkey Day” doesn’t have to be all about turkey. Think about fish for your holiday dish.
Pollock is Pollock
According to the American Fisheries Society, the scientific name for Alaska pollock has changed. But it will take several years for all the agencies that regulate trade in seafood products to update their nomenclature. In the meantime, it’s business as usual.
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