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Unformatted text preview: Pocket Seafood Selector WORST CHOICES P O C K E T BEST CHOICES Caviar (wild) Chilean seabass/toothfish Cod, Atlantic Grouper Halibut, Atlantic Marlin Monkfish/goosefish Orange roughy Rockfish/rock cod (Pacific) Salmon, Atlantic (farmed) Shark Shrimp/prawns (imported) Skate Snapper Sturgeon (wild) Swordfish (imported) Tilefish Tuna, bluefin SEAFOOD SELECTOR Buying guide for eco-friendly fish indicates fish that are high in mercury or PCBs. Details at www.oceansalive.org/eat.cfm Abalone (U.S. farmed) Anchovies Arctic char (farmed) Catfish (U.S. farmed) Caviar (U.S. farmed) Clams (farmed) Crab, Dungeness Crab, snow (Canada) Crab, stone Crawfish (U.S.) Halibut, Pacific (Alaska) Herring, Atlantic (U.S., Canada) Mackerel, Atlantic Mahimahi (U.S. Atlantic) Mussels (farmed) Oysters (farmed) Sablefish/black cod (Alaska) Salmon, wild (Alaska) Salmon, canned pink/sockeye Sardines Scallops, bay (farmed) Shrimp, northern (Canada) Shrimp, Oregon pink Shrimp (U.S. farmed) Spot prawns Striped bass (farmed) Sturgeon (U.S. farmed) Tilapia (U.S.) indicates fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids and low in environmental contaminants. For details, or for information on hundreds of other fish, visit www.oceansalive.org/eat.cfm June 2006 Environmental Defense Cover illustration: www.chartingnature.com WORST CHOICES P O C K E T BEST CHOICES Chilean seabass/toothfish Cod, Atlantic Grouper Atlantic Halibut, Marlin Monkfish/goosefish Orange roughycod (Pacific) Rockfish/rock (farmed) Salmon, Atlantic Shark Shrimp/prawns (imported) Skate Snapper Sturgeon (wild) Swordfish (imported) Tilefish Tuna, bluefin Caviar (wild) SEAFOOD SELECTOR Anchovies (farmed) Arctic char Abalone (U.S. farmed) Buying guide for eco-friendly fish indicates fish that are high in mercury or PCBs. Details at www.oceansalive.org/eat.cfm Catfish (U.S. farmed) Caviar (U.S. farmed) Clams (farmed) Crab, Dungeness Crab, snow (Canada) Crab, stone Crawfish (U.S.) Halibut, Pacific (Alaska) Herring, Atlantic (U.S., Canada) Mackerel, Atlantic Mahimahi (U.S. Atlantic) Mussels (farmed) Oysters (farmed) Sablefish/black cod (Alaska) Salmon, wild (Alaska) Salmon, canned pink/sockeye Sardines Scallops, bay (farmed) Shrimp, northern (Canada) Shrimp, Oregon pink Shrimp (U.S. farmed) Spot prawns Striped bass (farmed) Sturgeon (U.S. farmed) Tilapia (U.S.) indicates fish that are high in omega-3 fatty acids and low in environmental contaminants. For details, or for information on hundreds of other fish, visit www.oceansalive.org/eat.cfm June 2006 Environmental Defense Cover illustration: www.chartingnature.com ...
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