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Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Buyers Guide, Feb 2011

Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Buyers Guide, Feb 2011

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"Our Seafood Watch regional guides contain the latest information on sustainable seafood choices available in different regions of the U.S. Our "Best Choices" are abundant, well managed and fished or farmed in environmentally friendly ways. Seafood to "Avoid" are overfished and/or fished or farmed in ways that harm other marine life or the environment."
"Our Seafood Watch regional guides contain the latest information on sustainable seafood choices available in different regions of the U.S. Our "Best Choices" are abundant, well managed and fished or farmed in environmentally friendly ways. Seafood to "Avoid" are overfished and/or fished or farmed in ways that harm other marine life or the environment."

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Abalone (U.S.

Farmed)
Arctic Char (Farmed in Recirculating Systems)
Barramundi (U.S. Farmed in Fully Recirculating
Systems)
Capelin (Iceland)
Catfish (U.S. Farmed)
Clams (Farmed)
Clams, Softshell/Steamers (Wild-caught)
Cobia (U.S. Farmed)
Cod, Pacific (U.S. Bottom Longline, Jig or Trap)
Crab, Dungeness
Crab, Kona (Australia)
Crab, Stone
Crayfish (U.S. Farmed)
Croaker, Atlantic (Non-trawl)
Giant Clam/Geoduck (Wild-caught)
Haddock (U.S. Atlantic Hook-and-line)
Halibut, Pacific (U.S.)
Lobster, Caribbean Spiny (Florida)
Lobster, Spiny (California and Baja Mexico)
Mackerel, King (U.S. Atlantic and U.S. Gulf of
Mexico)
Mackerel, Spanish (U.S. Atlantic and U.S. Gulf of
Mexico)
Mahi Mahi (U.S. Atlantic Troll/Pole)
Mullet, Striped
Mussels (Farmed)
Oysters (Farmed)
Perch, Yellow (Lake Erie)
Pollock, Atlantic (Gillnet and Purse Seine from
Norway)
Prawn, Freshwater (U.S. Farmed)
Prawn, Spot (British Columbia)
Rockfish, Black (Hook-and-line from California,
Oregon and Washington)
Sablefish/Black Cod (Alaska and British
Columbia)
Salmon (Alaska Wild-caught)
Salmon, Freshwater Coho (U.S. Farmed in Tank
Systems)
Salmon Roe (Alaska Wild-caught)
Sardines (U.S. Pacific)
Scad, Big-eye (Hawaii)
Scad, Mackerel (Hawaii)
Scallops (Farmed Off-bottom)
Scallops, Sea (Diver-caught in Laguna Ojo de
Liebre and Guerrero Negro, Baja California
Sur, Mexico)
Sea Urchin Roe (Canada)
Shrimp (U.S. Farmed in Fully Recirculating
Systems or Inland Ponds)
Shrimp, Pink (Oregon)
Squid, Longfin (U.S. Atlantic)
Striped Bass
Swordfish (Harpoon and Handline-caught from
the U.S. and Canada)
Tilapia (U.S. Farmed)
Trout, Rainbow (Farmed)
Tuna, Albacore/"White¨ Canned (Troll/Pole from
the U.S. and Canadian Pacific)
Tuna, Bigeye (U.S. Atlantic Troll/Pole)
Tuna, Skipjack/"Light¨ Canned (Troll/Pole)
Tuna, Yellowfin (U.S. Atlantic Troll/Pole)
White Seabass
Whitefish, Lake (Trap-net)
Wreckfish
Barramundi (Australia Farmed in Fully
Recirculating Systems)
Basa (Imported Farmed)
Black Sea Bass
Bluefish
Bluenose
Capelin (Canada)
Caviar (U.S. Farmed)
Clams, Atlantic Surf, Hard, Ocean Quahog (Wild
-caught)
Cod, Atlantic (Non-trawl from Iceland and
Northeast Arctic)
Cod, Atlantic (U.S. Gulf of Maine Hook-and-line)
Cod, Pacific (U.S. Trawl)
Crab, Blue, Imitation/Surimi, Jonah, King (U.S.),
Kona (Hawaii) and Snow
Croaker, Atlantic (U.S. Trawl)
Dogfish, Spiny (British Columbia)
Flounder (U.S. Pacific Wild-caught)
Flounder, Summer (U.S. Atlantic Wild-caught)
Grouper (Northwest Hawaiian Islands)
Haddock (U.S. Atlantic Trawl)
Haddock (Iceland Atlantic)
Hake, Silver, Red and Offshore
Halibut, California (Hook-and-line and Bottom
Trawl)
Herring, Atlantic and Lake
Lingcod
Lobster, American/Maine
Lobster, Caribbean Spiny (Bahamas)
Mahi Mahi (U.S. and Imported Troll/Pole)
Marlin, Blue (Hawaii)
New Zealand Tai Snapper (Bottom Longline)
Octopus (Gulf of California and Hawaii)
Opah (Hawaii Longline)
Oysters (Wild-caught)
Pangasius (Imported Farmed)
Perch, Yellow (Lake Huron and Lake Ontario)
Plaice, Alaska (U.S. Pacific)
Pollock, Alaska
Pollock, Atlantic (U.S. and Canada; Set Gillnet
from Iceland; and Danish Seine and Trawl
from Norway)
Pomfret (Hawaii Longline)
Prawn, Spot (U.S. Pacific)
Red Porgy (U.S.)
Rockfish (Hook-and-line and Jig-caught from
Alaska and British Columbia)
Sablefish/Black Cod (California, Oregon and
Washington)
Salmon (Washington and Oregon (north of Cape
Falcon) Wild-caught)
Sanddabs, Pacific (U.S.)
Scallops (Farmed On-bottom)
Scallops, Bay (Diver-caught in Magdalena Bay,
Baja California Sur, Mexico)
Scallops, Sea (U.S. Atlantic Wild-caught)
Scup
Sea Urchin Roe (California)
Shrimp (Thailand Farmed in Fully Recirculating
Systems)
Shrimp (U.S. and Canada Wild-caught, Except
Oregon Pink)
Shrimp (U.S. Farmed in Open Systems)
Smelt, Rainbow
Snapper, Gray, Lane, Mutton, Yellowtail (U.S.
Gulf of Mexico)
Snapper, Pink, Red, and Ruby (Northwest
Hawaiian Islands)
Sole (U.S. Pacific Wild-caught)
Spearfish, Shortbill (Hawaii)
Squid (Except U.S. Longfin)
Sturgeon (U.S. Farmed)
Sturgeon, White (Wild-caught from Oregon and
Washington)
Swai (Imported Farmed)
Swordfish (U.S. Longline and Drift Gillnet-caught
from California and Oregon)
Tilapia (Farmed in Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador
and Honduras)
Tilefish, Golden (U.S. Mid-Atlantic)
Trevally/Jack (Hawaii)
Trout, Lake (Lake Superior)
Tuna, Albacore (Hawaii Longline)
Tuna Albacore/"White¨ Canned (Troll/Pole
Except U.S. and Canadian Pacific)
Tuna, Bigeye (Troll/Pole and U.S. Atlantic
Longline)
Tuna, Blackfin (Troll/Pole)
Tuna, Skipjack (Longline from U.S. Atlantic and
Hawaii; Purse Seine)
Tuna, Tongol (Malaysia)
Tuna, Tongol (Troll/Pole)
Tuna, Yellowfin (Troll/Pole Except U.S. Atlantic)
Tuna, Yellowfin (U.S. Atlantic Longline)
Turbot, Greenland
Wahoo
Walleye (Lake Erie)
Whitefish, Lake (Set Gillnet)
Whitefish, Round (Wild-caught)
Barramundi (Imported Farmed in Open Systems)
Caviar (Imported Wild-caught)
Chilean Seabass
Cobia (Imported Farmed)
Cod, Atlantic (Trawl-caught from U.S. and
Canadian Atlantic, Iceland and Northeast
Arctic)
Cod, Pacific (Imported)
Conch, Queen
Corvina, Gulf (Gulf of California)
Crab, King (Imported)
Crayfish (Imported Farmed)
Dogfish, Spiny (Except British Columbia)
Eel, Freshwater
Flounder (U.S. Atlantic Wild-caught Except
Summer Flounder)
Grenadier (U.S. Pacific)
Grouper (Main Hawaiian Islands, U.S. Atlantic
and U.S. Gulf of Mexico)
Hake, White
Halibut, Atlantic (U.S. Wild-caught)
Halibut, California (Set Gillnet)
Lobster, Caribbean Spiny (Brazil)
Mahi Mahi (Imported Longline)
Marlin, Blue (Except Hawaii)
Marlin, Striped
Monkfish
New Zealand Tai Snapper (Danish Seine and
Trawl)
Octopus, Common/Sushi
Opah (Imported Longline)
Orange Roughy
Plaice, American (U.S. Atlantic)
Pollock, Atlantic (Danish Seine and Trawl from
Iceland)
Pompano, Florida
Rockfish (Pacific Trawl)
Salmon (Farmed Including Atlantic, Except U.S.
Farmed in Tank Systems)
Sea Turtles
Sea Urchin Roe (Maine)
Shark
Shrimp (Imported Except Canada and Thailand
Farmed in Fully Recirculating Systems)
Skates
Snapper, Pink (Main Hawaiian Islands)
Snapper, Red (Except Northwest Hawaiian
Islands)
Snapper, Ruby (Main Hawaiian Islands)
Snapper, Vermilion (U.S.)
Sole (U.S. Atlantic Wild-caught)
Spearfish, Shortbill (Imported)
Sturgeon (Imported Wild-caught)
Swordfish (Imported)
Tilapia (Farmed from China and Taiwan)
Tilefish, Blueline (U.S. Gulf of Mexico and U.S.
South Atlantic)
Tilefish, Golden (U.S. Gulf of Mexico and U.S.
South Atlantic)
Totoaba (Gulf of California)
Trout, Lake (Lake Huron and Lake Michigan)
Tuna, Albacore (Longline Except Hawaii)
Tuna, Bigeye (Longline Except U.S. Atlantic)
Tuna, Blackfin (Longline and Purse Seine)
Tuna, Bluefin
Tuna, Canned (Except Troll/Pole)
Tuna, Skipjack (Imported Longline)
Tuna, Tongol (Worldwide Gillnet and Purse
Seine, Except Malaysia)
Tuna, Yellowfin (Longline Except U.S. Atlantic)
Tuna, Yellowfin (Purse Seine)
Yellowtail (Farmed in Australia and Japan)
BEST CHOICES GOOD ALTERNATIVES AVOID
Buyer's Guide, February 2011
(Expires July 2011)
This chart was created for chefs, suppliers and other seafood professionals who need a reference tool with all of the
Seafood Watch recommendations in one place. In comparison, our pocket guides have shorter lists of seafood from
specific regions of the U.S., making them ideal for use by consumers.
To learn more about any of these seafood items, please visit SeafoodWatch.org.

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