Responsible Seafood

Lack of transparency and corruption in the global seafood industry poses a major threat to human rights, public health, and the environment. This complicates the task of making informed and intentional decisions about the seafood and fish that we choose. 

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Overfishing & IUU

93% of fish stocks are maximally fished or overfished (FAO). This means that most fish populations on Earth are exploited or are at the risk of being overexploited while  the demand for seafood continues to  increase. 

30% of fishing is categorized as Illegal, Unreported or Unregulated fishing (IUU fishing) (PEW),

Over a third (⅓) of fish and seafood products are lost or discarded from this wasteful global industry (FAO). 

The best choices we can make are to: 

Reduce the amount of seafood on menus, to reduce consumption overall

Source local and seasonal seafood

Source smaller fish that are lower on the food chain and reduce pressure on keystone species such as top predators 

Serve invasive species that have detrimental effects on endemic marine biodiversity 

Blue Action: Ensure all seafood is responsibly sourced.

According to Oceanic Global’s Responsible Seafood guidelines. (Coming Soon)