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                                                                                                                                                                             • How was it farmed or caught?
                                                                                                                                                                                 • Where is this seafood from?
                                                                                                                                                                                              • Is it farmed or wild?                 seafood smarts.
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                                                                                                                                                                                              • What species is this?                 and don’t forget to share your
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                                                                                                                                                                   and always ask questions when you                                  seafood items, updates, and full
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                                                                                                                                                                   it was caught or farmed (look for the
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                                                                                         Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society                                     one column based on how and where                                   oceans and communities healthy.
   Canada’s
   Canada’s                                                                                                                                                        Some items are listed in more than
                                                                                                                                                                   items in the lighter section below.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       or restaurant, and help keep our
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                                                                                                                                                                   is listed first, followed by farmed                                  and farming practices. Use your
                                                                                                                                                                   seafood choices. Wild-caught seafood                                are supporting sustainable fishing
                                                                                                                                                                   will help you make more sustainable                                 By buying green-listed seafood, you
                                                                                                                                                                   Keep this wallet guide with you—it
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Healthy Oceans
                                                                                      Sustainable Seafood Canada:
                                                                                       SeaChoice is an initiative of                                                 How To Use This Card                                                     Healthy Choices for

           Best Choice                                                                     Some Concerns                                                                   Avoid                                                      Alert Codes
WILD:                                                                           WILD:                                                                           WILD:                                                                 Green = Best Choice. Best Choice items are
Clam: Razor hand-dug (Can Atl), Softshell (US Atl)                              Clam: Softshell, Quahog, Bar hand dug (Can Atl)                                 Chilean seabass/Patagonian toothfish (ww) †                           well managed, abundant, and caught or farmed in
Cod: Pacific longline, jig, trap (AK) †                                         Cod: Pacific trawl (Can/US Pac, AK)                                             Clams: Arctic surf, Quahog dredge (Can Atl)                           environmentally sustainable ways.
Crab: Dungeness (Can/US Pac)                                                    Crab: Rock (Can Atl), Snow (Can Atl, AK)                                        Cod: Atlantic (Can/US Atl)                                            Yellow = Some Concerns. Some Concerns
Lobster: Spiny (US)                                                             Crab: Blue (US Atl) , King (AK)                                                 Crab: King (Intl ex US), Jonah (Can Atl)                              seafood should be consumed infrequently, or when
Mackerel: King, Spanish (US Atl, US Gulf of Mex)                                Haddock longline (Can/US Atl), sep trawl (Can Atl)                              Flounder/Sole: trawl (US Atl)                                         a green choice is not available. There are concerns
Mahi Mahi/Dolphinfish troll/pole (US Atl)                                       Halibut: Pacific, Atlantic longline (Can/Pac Atl)                               Greenland halibut/Turbot (Can Atl)                                    with abundance, management, or impacts on
Pollock: Alaska (AK)                                                            Herring: Atlantic (Can/US Atl)                                                  Haddock trawl (Can/US Atl)                                            habitat or other marine life.
Sablefish trap, longline (Can Pac, AK†)                                         Lingcod (Can, US)                                                               Halibut: Atlantic trawl (US Atl)                                      Red = Avoid. Avoid seafood items from this list
Sardine/Herring: Pacific (Can/US Pac)                                           Lobster: American (Can Atl)                                                     Lobster: Spiny (Brazil)                                               for now. They come from farmed or wild sources
Shrimp/Prawn: Spot (Can Pac), Pink (OR†)                                        Salmon: Pacific, all species (Can Pac)*                                         Orange roughy (ww)                                                    with a combination of critical problems—habitat
Shrimp/Prawn: Northern trap (Can Atl)                                           Shrimp: Northern trawl (Can†/US Atl)                                            Rockfish: all species** trawl (Can, US)                               damage, lethal impacts on other species, critically
Squid: Longfin (US Atl)                                                         Shrimp: Pink trawl (US Gulf of Mex, US S Atl)                                   Scallops: Sea dredge (Can Atl)                                        low populations, or poor management.
Swordfish harpoon, handline (Can, US)                                           Sole: Pacific (Can/US Pac)                                                      Shark: all species (ww)                                                    Limiting consumption of these items is
Tuna: Albacore troll/pole (Can/US† Pac)                                         Squid: all species (ww ex Longfin US Atl)                                       Shrimp/Prawn (Intl ex US)                                             recommended due to elevated mercury or PCB
Tuna: Skipjack troll/pole, handline (ww)                                        Tuna: Bigeye, Yellowfin troll/pole (ww ex US Atl),                              Swordfish longline (Can Atl, Intl ex US)                              levels. Children and women of childbearing age
Tuna: Yellowfin troll/pole (US Atl)                                                 longline (US Atl) , handline (HI)                                           Tuna: Albacore longline (ww ex HI)                                    should take the strongest precautions. Learn more
                                                                                Tuna: Albacore , Skipjack longline (HI)                                         Tuna: Bluefin (ww)                                                    at ww.edf.org/seafoodhealth.
FARMED:
Arctic char (Can, US, Norway, Iceland)                                          FARMED:                                                                         Tuna: Yellowfin, Bigeye longline (ww ex US Atl)                           Indicates seafood high in omega-3 fats and low
Catfish (US)                                                                    Pangasius, Basa, Swai (Intl)                                                    FARMED:                                                               in contaminants.
Clams, scallops, oysters , mussels                                              Shrimp/Prawn: White (US)                                                        Shrimp/Prawn: Tiger, White (Intl ex US)                               † Some or all of this fishery is certified as
Tilapia (US)                                                                    Trout: Rainbow open-cage (Can)                                                  Salmon: Atlantic (ww)                                                 sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council.
Trout: Rainbow (US), land-based (Can)                                           Tilapia (Central/S Am)                                                          Tilapia (China, Taiwan)                                               Visit www.msc.org, and www.seachoice.org for
* Check seasonal recommendations for wild BC salmon at www.seachoice.org          ** Various species of rockfish are often sold as snapper.                                                                        Version: 07/2009
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Abbreviations: Can=Canada, US= United States, Mex= Mexico, S Am=South America, Intl=International, Atl=Atlantic, Pac=Pacific, AK=Alaska, HI=Hawaii, OR=Oregon, WA=Washington, CA=California, ww=worldwide, ex=except, sep=separator

				
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