" . . . Lovewell shared three simple things to keep in mind while shopping for sustainable seafood:
1. Eat American seafood caught locally or regionally preferably.
2. Eat seasonal variety, not just the tuna, salmon and shrimp, but the delicious and unique species that you might not have had before.
3. Ask where your fish was caught and how it was caught. Transparency is hard to come by in this industry, so seek out and support the businesses you can trust.
Plus, eating lower on the food chain is typically considered to be more sustainable. . . "
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