Eat for healthy oceans
Choosing ocean-friendly seafood is a simple and effective way to help ensure that we have healthy oceans (and healthy humans) for generations to come. Follow the SeaChoice ambassadors in their communities as they share creative ways to enjoy ocean-friendly seafood. Learn how to make the best choices at your local grocery stores and restaurants with tools like the SeaChoice Guide and Suzuki's Top 10 Seafood Picks. Watch for fun recipes, tips and videos featuring ocean-friendly seafood and join in by becoming a SeaChoice ambassador in your own home.Pledge to eat for healthy oceans »
Few Canadians know that the largest fishery on B.C.'s coast is for Pacific hake. Although it's a food-grade fish, the federal government granted permission last week, for the first time in nearly 30 years, to allow catches to be converted into fish meal. Read more »
SeaChoice Ambassador Chef Ian Lai shows you easy ways to prepare nutritious and versatile sardines....
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Because it's so rich in heart-healthy oils, sablefish is hard to dry out, so it's a great choice for even the worst cooks.
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Become a SeaChoice ambassador at home
Commit to selecting only ocean-friendly options by using your SeaChoice guide when shopping or eating out.
Try a new recipe.
Vote with your wallet.
Insist that your local grocers source only green- and yellow-listed species.
Host an ocean-friendly dinner.
Gather your friends and family this month to share your new recipes.
Triple your impact.
Ask at least three friends to take the Eat for Healthy Oceans pledge with you.