Is Seafood Sustainable? Part I: Demand for Eco-Friendly Seafood Grows

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As demand for sustainably harvested seafood grows, retailers and environmental organizations are answering the call with origin labeling and sustainable seafood guides.

Recently, renowned infographic designer David McCandless of the blog Information Is Beautiful created a visual guide to eco-friendlier fish consumption, called, simply, “Which Fish Are Okay to Eat?” Based on data from the Marine Conservation Society, Greenpeace and the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program, McCandless’s guide divides commonly eaten seafood into three categories that answer the title’s question: Yes, Maybe, and No.

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