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Helping people make better seafood choices for a healthy ocean

Search Seafood Recommendations

Our recommendations help you choose seafood that's fished or farmed in ways that have less impact on the environment.

 
 
Best Choice

Best Choices

Buy first, they're well managed and caught or farmed in ways that cause little harm to habitats or other wildlife.
Good Alternative

Good AlternativeS

Buy, but be aware there are concerns with how they're caught or farmed.
Avoid

Avoid

Don't buy, they're overfished or caught or farmed in ways that harm other marine life or the environment.

New and Updated Recommendations

Recommendations

This month we bring you new recommendations for eastern oyster.

Learn more about our recommendations

What's New

Partners

Rootstock and Vine Offers Southern-Style Sustainability

This eatery in downtown Woodstock is the second Georgia restaurant to become a Seafood Watch partner.

Learn more on rootstockandvine.com.

Recommendations

2018 New Consumer Guides Now Available

Our consumer guides for January through June 2018 help you keep recommendations handy.

Get your consumer guide

Chefs

Chef Kyle Bailey Serves up Local, Sustainable and Delicious Seafood

His D.C.-based restaurant, The Salt Line, features a diverse menu with ocean-friendly choices.

Learn more on thesaltline.com
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