• New seafood guides now available

    The Monterey Bay Aquarium Fall/Winter 2013 Pocket Seafood Guides are available now. While the new guide might look the same as the old one, there are small but significant changes. It now includes a call-to-action encouraging consumers to ask one simple question at a favorite restaurant or market, “Do you sell sustainable seafood?” That is an effective way to make a difference, to add to the growing movement motivating retailers and restaurateurs to offer sustainable options.

    Other changes to the popular guide are updated recommendations and a clearer way to search for favorite seafood across all categories.
    The printed guide is just a small selection from the full list of recommendations. For the complete list visit www.montereybayaquarium.org/cr/seafoodwatch.aspx.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on July 17, 2013

    Topics: Green


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