2019 Seafood Month Shout-Out by Rob Ruiz
A shout-out to Seafood Month 2019 by Rob Ruiz, a chef and restaurant owner in San Diego, California.
2019 Seafood Month Shout-Out by Christina Ng
A shout-out to and challenge for Seafood Month 2019 by Christina Ng, a chef and chef educator in San Diego, California.
2019 Seafood Month Shout-Out by Dave Rudie
A shout-out to Seafood Month 2019 by Dave Rudie, a seafood market owner owner in San Diego, California.
Seafood Month Profile: The Honolulu Fish Auction
Honolulu, Hawai'i is host to the only fresh tuna auction in the United States. Many species are sold to buyers within hours of being unloaded from commercial fishing vessels, and then shipped out to destinations around the world.
Alaska's Pollock Fishery: A Model of Sustainability
Alaska pollock is the second largest fishery in the world and the biggest in the United States by volume. It’s worth an estimated $1.9 billion, supporting nearly 30,000 U.S. jobs. It’s also recognized worldwide for being well-managed and sustainable.
Reeling to Rebuilding: Success for West Coast Groundfish Fisheries
Collaborative research between NOAA Fisheries and the commercial/sport fishing community has proven a recipe for success in the West Coast groundfish fishery. Nine of 10 overfished stocks have been rebuilt since 2000, and the future looks bright.
Sustainable Seafood: A U.S. Fisherman’s Perspective
In his own words, a New England commercial fisherman talks about his love for fishing, fisheries management in the U.S., and why our seafood is the best in the world. Celebrate National Seafood Month with Chris Brown.
FishWatch: Learn About the Seafood You Love
The U.S. is a global leader in sustainable seafood thanks to a rigorous science-based fisheries management process. FishWatch provides info on popular seafood harvested or farmed in the U.S. to help consumers make smart, sustainable seafood choices.
What Does "Sustainable" Mean?
What does the term "sustainable fisheries" mean and why should it be important to you when buying fish? How do you know if your fish is sustainably caught? Watch this short video and learn.
Seafood - Something for Everyone
You + U.S. seafood = billions of dollars/year in revenue and a couple million jobs. October is National Seafood Month! Enjoy this delicious video.
Where Does Your Seafood Come From?
QR code tags on seafood allow you to trace information about where your seafood was caught, the name of the boat, the name of the fisher and recipes on how to cook the fish. Traceability ensures you're getting high quality U.S. seafood.
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