A Tool for the Seafood Lover

A Tool for the Seafood Lover

Do you love seafood but worry about how your food choices impact the health of the ocean? The National Geographic has a great online tool that consumers can use to decide what fish is best for them and the environment.

What's the most sustainable and healthy seafood? Alaskan Salmon and Pacific Sardines! But is wild caught or farmed better? If you don't know, find out at National Geographic!

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