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BEST CHOICES G O O D A LT E R N A T I V E S AVOID Support Ocean-Friendly Seafood

Aji/Sawara/Spanish mackerel* Ankimo/Monkfish liver


Best Choices are abundant, well-
Amaebi/Spot prawn (US)
managed and caught or farmed in
Amaebi/Spot prawn (BC) Ebi/Shrimp (US, farmed or wild) Ankoh/Monkfish
environmentally friendly ways.
Awabi/Abalone (US farmed) Gindara/Sablefish/Black cod Ebi/Shrimp (imported, farmed or wild)
Gindara/Sablefish/Black cod (AK+, BC) (CA, OR, WA) Hamachi/Yellowtail (Australia or
Hirame/Pacific halibut+
Good Alternatives are an option,
Hamachi/Yellowtail (US farmed) Japan, farmed) but there are concerns with how
Hotate/Bay scallops (farmed) Hirame/Flounders, Soles (Pacific) Hirame/Flounders, Soles, Halibut they’re caught or farmed — or with
Ikura/Salmon roe (AK wild)+ Hotate/Sea scallops (Canada, US) (Atlantic)
Hon Maguro/Bluefin tuna*
the health of their habitat due to
Iwana/Arctic char (farmed) Ika/Squid other human impacts.
Iwashi/Sardine (US) Kani/Crab: Blue* , King (US), Snow Ikura/Salmon roe (farmed,
Izumidai/Tilapia (US farmed) Kanikama/Surimi/Imitation crab including Atlantic) Avoid for now as these items are
Kaki/Oysters (farmed) (except AK pollock+) Kani/Crab: King (imported) caught or farmed in ways that harm
Kanikama/Surimi/Imitation crab Katsuo/Bonito/Skipjack tuna (Hawaii)◆ Maguro/Tuna: Bigeye◆*, Yellowfin◆* other marine life or the environment.
(AK pollock+) Maguro/Tuna: Bigeye, Yellowfin Sake/Salmon (farmed,
Key
Katsuo/Bonito/Skipjack tuna (troll/pole) including Atlantic)* AK = Alaska BC = British Columbia
(troll/pole) Masago/Smelt roe (Canada) Shiro Maguro/Albacore tuna
Sake/Salmon (WA wild)* (imported)◆*
CA = California OR = Oregon

* Limit consumption due to concerns about


Masago/Smelt roe (Iceland)
Shiro Maguro/Albacore tuna (Hawaii)◆*
WA = Washington
Mirugai/Giant clam/Geoduck (wild) Tai/Red snapper
Murugai/Mussels (farmed) mercury or other contaminants.
Tai/Red porgy (US) Tako/Octopus
Sake/Salmon (AK wild)+ Toro/Tuna Belly: Bigeye◆* , Bluefin* ,
Visit www.edf.org/seafood
+ Some or all of this fishery is certified as
Toro/Tuna Belly: Bigeye, Yellowfin
Shiro Maguro/Albacore tuna (troll/pole) Yellowfin◆*
(troll/pole, BC or US+)
sustainable to the Marine Stewardship
Unagi/Freshwater eel
Suzuki/Striped bass (farmed or wild* )
Uni/Sea urchin roe (CA) Council standard. Visit www.msc.org
Uni/Sea urchin roe (Maine) ◆ Indicates longline-caught

Uni/Sea urchin roe (Canada) Seafood may appear in more than one column

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