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We can't reiterate this enough: seafood traceability is a huge issue.
Diners were likely to get duped 67 percent of the time when ordering salmon in restaurants out of season, a survey says. Much of the deception involved farmed salmon passed off as more expensive wild.
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Maybe you've heard of this chef pal of ours...
Top Chef's Tom Colicchio is a busy guy, what with all the time he spends hosting his TV show Best New Restaurant, to wearing the MSNBC food correspondent hat while talking
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Be open to trying different kinds of fish!
Bycatch is ending up on more restaurant menus — but it's not enough.
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3 tips for ‪National Seafood Month‬. Share with friends who are just becoming aware of the importance of sustainable seafood.
1. Ask grocers and restaurants, do you sell sustainable seafood? 
2. Buy Seafood Watch "Best Choices" or "Good Alternatives."
3. Choose to shop and eat at Seafood Watch partners (find in app and at website).
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Cats and dogs can eat sustainably for ‪#‎NationalSeafoodMonth‬, too. Seafood Watch partners with SHEBA Brand and Open Farm.
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In the latest Monterey Bay Aquarium podcast, our Blue Ribbon Task Force Chefs share what fish they most identify with. Take a listen and tell us know what fish you are.
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A fishy question: by MontereyAq
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Many people that make their living from the ocean often care deeply about it. So this story comes as no surprise to us.
NOAA: More West Coast whales were caught in fishing gear in 2014 than any other year
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The results of this study demonstrate why Seafood Watch is working on a greenhouse gas emissions criteria.
Important ecosystems could be massively damaged by 2050 unless greenhouse gas emissions and localised pollution is drastically reduced, researchers say
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In the latest Monterey Bay Aquarium podcast, our Seafood Watch Blue Ribbon Task Force chefs imagine what the the seafood industry will look like in 10 years.
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The Future of Seafood: by MontereyAq
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The new and updated Seafood Watch recommendations for October are posted: octopus, pollock, tilapia, and longtail and yellowfin tuna.
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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3 fish recipes and a Seafood Watch name drop from celebrity chef Alex Guarnaschelli in People.com. Thanks, Alex, we feel like we should go buy some big sunglasses now!
Alex Guarnaschelli; Inset: Getty Alex Guarnaschelli is an Iron Chef, Food Network celebrity chef, author of Old-School Comfort Food and the executive chef at New York City’s Butter restaurants. Rea...
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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.