Shellfish aquaculture is considered a highly sustainable practice because the environmental impacts of farming plankton-filtering species are minimal.
Arctic Char farmed by the ‘raceway’ method is a great sustainable choice! These systems have much less impact than other aquaculture systems!
Imported shrimp are bad for the climate! Eat domestically farmed shrimp like these instead!
The sablefish or Black Cod is not overfished and their environmental impacts are minimal with no antibiotic or parasiticide use!
Simmered to perfection
Many Squid species are caught using environmentally harmful methods, not this Inshore Squid; It’s caught by low impact ‘Jig’ methods and totally sustainable to eat!
Make sure your Swordfish is from the North Atlantic! It’s one of the most sustainable seafood choices in the world!
Farmed by aquaculture in freshwater ponds here in the States, our domestic prawn farming industry operates on a very small scale, so environmental impacts are minor.
These beauties are farmed in suspended systems (Aquaculture) which minimizes environmental impact which is of course highly sustainable.
Made with MCS Certified Sustainable Tuna & Calamari.
All Served with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Sicilian Sea Salt, Salina Capers & Oregano
Locally harvested by the 'Towed Dredge Method’ which maintains seabed integrity and therefore totally sustainable to eat
Also farmed in the U.S. by indoor recirculating tanks that facilitate 'similar to wild conditions'. These often have much less escapes and habitat impacts than other aquaculture systems.
Try these amazing sustainably sourced shrimps simply marinated in citrus and spice!