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Our June update is posted. This month we have an updated recommendation for bluenose from New Zealand, as well as new and updated recommendations for U.S. wild-caught mackerel and shrimp.
Get the latest news and information about the Seafood Watch program, including updates to our seafood recommendations, partnership announcements, links to blog stories and more.
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Celebrity chefs and culinarians from our Blue Ribbon Task Force – Michael Cimarusti, Susan Feniger, Chef Kerry Heffernan, Ed Kenney, Chef Nathan Lyon, Chef Rick Moonen, Jonathon Sawyer and Virginia Willis – talk about the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch program, why choosing sustainable seafood matters for the ocean and how you can help.
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Wonder what's going on with salmon in the Pacific Northwest? Check out the documentary The Breach. Fishing guide/filmmaker Mark Titus embarks on a journey to discover why wild salmon populations plummeted in his native Pacific Northwest, and what might bring them back.
https://youtu.be/3IOKMdMFAi0
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Bon Appetit magazine shares advice on cooking squid. From the article: "...the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch classifies domestic squid as a 'Good Alternative'..."
Don't be scared of squid. Cook it, already!
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Public radio station KVPR in CA shares drought friendly recipes from Seafood Watch Blue Ribbon Task Force members Nathan Lyon and Sarah Forman.
In response to California’s historic drought some chefs are creating meals that use less water. Valley Public Radio’s Ezra David Romero reports from the
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EcoWatch used our recommendations to make this helpful list
Monterey Bay Aquarium's Seafood Watch program helps you choose the most environmentally responsible seafood to eat. You should avoid eating these popular sea
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Want to know what the top consumed seafood are in the US? Aboutseafood.com offers the list. And please use our recommendations to buy responsibly.

https://www.aboutseafood.com/about/about-seafood/top-10-consumed-seafoods
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In the June issue of Outside magazine, Blackfish associate producer Tim Zimmerman offers a lengthy exploration into the world of sustainable seafood. Part of his journey brought him to Seafood Watch.
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Today is the 10th anniversary of Endangered Species Day. Association of Zoos and Aquariums accredited facilities across the country are highlighting the growing extinction crisis and their leadership in species survival. At Seafood Watch, our outreach team works with 145 zoos and aquariums that are official Conservation Partners. Their conservation efforts also include sharing Seafood Watch’s sustainable seafood guides and information with their visitors. A big thank you to our Conservation Partners (and you) for making choices that protect sea life, now and for future generations.
We’re Saving Animals From Extinction May 15 marks the 10th anniversary of Endangered Species Day. At the aquarium, we’ve worked every day for the past 30 years to save wildlife from extinction. It’s...
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Monterey Bay Aquarium's 10th Sustainable Foods Institute begins tomorrow. Join the conversation via Twitter using the hashtag #cfsmba
Monterey Bay Aquarium Convenes 10th Sustainable Foods Institute Seafood Watch celebrated its 15th anniversary last year. Started by the Monterey Bay Aquarium as a vehicle to help individuals navigate...
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Saturday was World Tuna Day. Don't worry if you missed it. Our blog for that day has information that you can use every day to choose more sustainable canned tuna.
On World Tuna Day - A Reminder That Your Seafood Choices Matter America has a love affair with tuna. The fish is the second most popular seafood item in the U.S. after shrimp. We eat a lot of it,...
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Join us for a webinar this tomorrow, April 30, at 1:30pm PT. We're talking with our business partners about what the recent west coast groundfish recovery means for them. You’re welcome to participate and learn more about this good news, and how to choose seafood that supports a healthy ocean.
Join a Seafood Watch Groundfish Webinar On Thursday, April 30 Just 14 years after the groundfish fishery on the U.S. west coast was declared a commercial fishery failure and an economic disaster,...
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Make Choices for Healthy Oceans
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Overfishing and other destructive practices are eliminating many of the fish species we currently consume – but alternatives exist and fisheries and fish farms are improving. Make an impact! Choose ocean-friendly seafood and visit seafoodwatch.org.