With seafood consumption on the rise and many ocean fisheries diminishing, Monterey Bay Aquarium recently created a new list of “Super Green” seafood that highlights species that are good for both human health and ocean health. In 2006, the total world seafood supply was estimated at 110 million tons, eight times what it was in 1950, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. To meet global demand in 2030, the FAO predicts the world will need an additional 37 ...

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