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  • 10 Best Fish For Pan-Frying (Saltwater & Freshwater) | Salmon, Tilapia…

    Pan-frying is one of the best ways to cook fish, but it can be difficult to decide which type of fish you should pick when cooking. With so many types of fish available in the market, it may seem impossible to pick just one. However, there are some key factors that will help determine your […]

  • Best Bass Fishing Nets

    When you start getting into fishing, you think about fishing rods, reels, lures, etc. But rarely do people think about fishing nets. It is usually an afterthought because, in 90% of the cases, people just grab the net that’s hanging off the wall at their local fishing store and move on with the trip. While […]

  • Guiding the seafood consumers of the future: a Q&A with UMass Dining

    Over the past 10 years, the goal of UMass Dining has been to prepare delicious meals that feature local, healthy, and sustainable food products and lead the food service industry in innovation and environment practices. As the largest campus dining operation in the nation, they have an opportunity to take the lead and set a […]

  • How to Buy the Best Shrimp For Grilling At Your Grocery Store – Home

    I have to be honest here. The majority of the people right now are eating bad shrimp whenever they are grilling them. And that is not because of any fault of their own. They are not bad cooks, or eating at restaurants that are serving bad shrimp on purpose, but because they do not know […]

  • Ronald, Author at Home

    Blog Ronald Posted on 25 April 2021 I have to be honest here. The majority of the people right now are eating bad shrimp whenever they are grilling them. And that is not because of any fault of their own. They are not bad cooks, or eating at restaurants that are serving bad shrimp on […]

  • Contact Us – Home

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  • Communicating Sustainable Seafood

    Somewhere between the end of aisles four and seven it sits – a sparkling glass case showcasing our ocean’s most prized possessions. Fresh Alaskan salmon. Jumbo prawns. King crab. Halibut. Oysters and mussels. For most consumers, seafood is more than just another protein. It nourishes our families, brings us together and connects us to the […]

  • Happy people, many fish: engaging Indonesia’s small-scale tuna fishermen for environmental, social, and economic sustainability

    Working hand-in-hand with industry partners, government, communities, and academia, we are insuring a future for Indonesian tuna fisheries through data collection, development of fisheries management, and capacity building. Our goal is sustainable small-scale tuna fisheries (environmentally, socially, and economically), with the objective of achieving eco-certification by 2020. What seafood sustainability challenge or need is this […]

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  • From bait to plate: catalyzing commitment to traceability in the Peruvian mahi mahi artisanal fishing fleet

    Through direct engagement with industry actors, we will catalyze new business commitments to seafood traceability along with fostering deeper existing commitments. Suppliers will be engaged with a suite of actions such as supply chain analyses, adoption of internal traceability solutions, and engagement with market chain partners to design and implement external traceability solutions. What seafood […]