Advocacy group Oceana is leading a campaign to end seafood fraud in the United States. The group was joined today by more than 500 chefs, restaurant owners and culinary leaders in a letter calling on the U.S. government to require that “seafood is traceable in order to prevent seafood fraud [...]Read more ›
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There are reports that shellfish harvesters on Canada‘s East coast have been asked to stop digging for now. Environment Canada has issued a shellfish closure in Nova Scotia and parts of Prince Edward Island, following the remnants of Tropical Storm Leslie. The storm slammed into nearby Newfoundland earlier this week, [...]Read more ›
The livelihoods of fishermen are top of the agenda at the SeaWeb International Seafood Summit, taking place in Hong Kong. Representatives from the seafood industry and conservation community have descended on the Asian country, looking for ways to improve the marine environment. To kick-start this year’s initiatives, three prestigious foundations [...]Read more ›
Moroccan White Fish Rating: 51 Prep Time: 15 minutesCook Time: 25 minutesTotal Time: 40 minutes Light, vegetable filled meals are the best in August, when there is such an abundance of local, fresh vegetables available. If you eat fish, it is a wonderful option for dinner, as it is a [...]Read more ›
A study conducted by Oceana, a nonprofit dedicated to assessing the health of the world’s oceans, found that seafood fraud in the United States is a poorly addressed and rampant threat to consumers and the ocean. The report, Bait and Switch: How Seafood Fraud Hurts our Oceans, our Wallets and [...]Read more ›