Suzuki’s Top 10 Sustainable Seafood Picks

Its always great to get the Canadian perspective. Its odd that wild salmon is not on the list, but the criteria are based around Canadian products.

It’s not uncommon to hear David Suzuki say, I am fish. What he means is that humans aren’t much different from the living, breathing species that come from the sea. This is a good thing to remember when choosing your food. Enjoying seafood sustainably means acknowledging the animal’s unique role in nature, understanding how it got from the water to your plate, and managing how much of it we consume.

Our Top 10 sustainable seafood guide is a great place to start. It helps you find the best sustainable seafood available in your grocery store. This seafood is harvested in a way that protects surrounding sea creatures and the ecosystems they depend on. Plus, these species aren’t overfished so we can continue to enjoy them for years to come.

via Suzuki’s Top 10 Sustainable Seafood Picks | What you can do | David Suzuki Foundation.

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