One Fishy Thing: How To Buy Sustainable and Healthy Fish

Reducing meat consumption is something we can all do to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  But if you want to eat fish, how do you know whether the fish you are buying in the grocery store or choosing in a restaurant is sustainably caught?  Of course, there’s an app for that! Several actually. The folks at the Monterey Bay Aquarium have long been tracking sustainability and if you are like me (Monica) you remember carrying around their wallet-sized card – so old school.  Now the app updates regularly and can tell you whether the seafood or sushi you are buying is sustainable no matter where you are.  If you want to plan ahead and try something new and different, check out EDF’s Seafood Selector that provides a comprehensive list of species and ranks them by sustainability and health factors.

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