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FishWatch provides regularly updated, easy-to-understand information on why choosing sustainable seafood is a smart decision. NOAA Fisheries developed this content to help spread the word about the science behind U.S. sustainable seafood.

Video

Use this video to introduce consumers to FishWatch, which provides easy-to-understand, science-based facts to help consumers make smart, sustainable seafood choices.

Fact Sheet

FishWatch: The Nation's Database on Sustainable SeafoodThumbnail image of FishWatch factsheet

Use the fact sheet to tell others about FishWatch and how its easy-to-understand, science-based facts help consumers make smart, sustainable seafood choices.

 

Postcard

Thumbnail image of FishWatch postcardGet the Facts on U.S. Seafood.

Use this postcard to tell people about FishWatch and how it provides up-to-date, science-based seafood facts.

 

Business Card

Thumbnail image of FishWatch business cardLearn what makes U.S. seafood sustainable—from the ocean or farm to your plate.

Hand out these business cards for a quick and easy way to point people to FishWatch.

Recipe Cards

Do you need recipe cards to hand out at your next event? Check out the list of recipes by region below. We can provide you with the art files for printing these handy giveaways for your next sustainable seafood event. Please email fishwatch@noaa.gov with a list of the recipe cards you’re interested in.

For more great recipes, check out our recipe index.

Alaska

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  • Alaska King Crab and Shrimp Risotto
  • Dover Sole with Orange Sherry Wine Sauce, Fresh Herbs, and Petite Tomatoes
  • Grilled Coho Salmon with Lemon Ginger Marinade
  • Grilled Lingcod for One
  • Pan Roasted Rockfish with Crab and Tomato Salsa Fresca
  • Potato Crusted Halibut
  • Salmon with Spiced Broccoli, Currants, and Pecan Sauce
  • Smoked Sablefish with Pineapple-Orange Soy Glaze

 

New England/Mid-Atlantic

  • Thumbnail image of scallop recipe cardBlackened Bluefish with Tropical Salsa
  • Longfin Squid Calamari
  • Fiery Dusted Scallops
  • Flounder Stuffed with Jumbo Lump Crabmeat
  • Glazed Oysters on Crab and Leeks
  • Pan Fried Scup
  • Seafood Panzanella Salad
  • Spiny Dogfish Shark in Tomato and Citrus
  • Striped Bass with Summer Corn Purée

 

Pacific Islands

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  • Asian Mahimahi Marinade
  • Herb Broiled Yellowfin Tuna
  • Pan Roasted Wahoo on Citrus Arugula Salad

 

Southeast and Caribbean

  • Thumbnail image of king mackerel recipe cardBlackened Bluefish with Tropical Salsa
  • Glazed Oysters on Crab and Leeks
  • Herb Broiled Mackerel Steaks
  • Salt and Pepper Gulf Shrimp

 

West Coast

  • Thumbnail image of market squid recipe cardAsian Mahimahi Marinade
  • Market Squid Calamari
  • Dover Sole with Orange Sherry Wine Sauce, Fresh Herbs, and Petite Tomatoes
  • Grilled Coho Salmon with Lemon Ginger Marinade
  • Grilled Lingcod for One
  • Herb Broiled Yellowfin Tuna
  • Pacific Sardines Monterey Style
  • Pan Roasted Rockfish with Crab and Tomato Salsa Fresca
  • Potato Crusted Halibut
  • Salmon with Spiced Broccoli, Currants, and Pecan Sauce
  • Smoked Sablefish with Pineapple-Orange Soy Glaze
  • Wild Pacific Albacore Tuna “Melt”

Web API

NOAA Fisheries has developed a public API (Application Programming Interface) for use by web developers to utilize FishWatch data.