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Seafood for the Future is the Aquarium of the Pacific’s nonprofit seafood advisory and promotional program. We are a team of dedicated specialists whose mission is to encourage healthy and responsible seafood choices. Our recommendations are made to ensure that fish, humans, and ocean ecosystems are all part of the equation. We invite you to explore our website and learn how you can eat more of the right types of seafood.

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From the Seafood for the Future Blog

Local Seafood | Recipes

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Serving Seafood on Turkey Day

/images/seafoodfuture/shutterstock_Remistudio_Nov12_2015.jpg With Thanksgiving just days away we have compiled some fantastic ways to add healthy seafood to the holiday menu without compromising the rich flavors of the season!

Health | Local Seafood

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

California Crab Closure: Alternatives for the Holidays

/images/seafoodfuture/crab_Prayitno.jpg Eating crab during the holidays is a delicious and nutritious tradition. Unfortunately, due to high levels of domoic acid, a neurotoxic, found in Dungeness and rock crabs off of California, the California commercial and recreational crab fishing season has been delayed. Learn more about some in-season alternative crab options from responsibly-managed U.S. fisheries.

Sustainability | Uncategorized

Friday, September 25, 2015

Seafood and the Vaquita: A Tragic History and Hopeful Future

/images/seafoodfuture/vaquita6_olsen.jpg The rare vaquita is a small porpoise with a big message. With fewer than 100 individuals remaining, the vaquita is the most endangered marine mammal in the world and has the potential to represent a story of tragedy or of a hopeful future.