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What Happens When You Swap Meat for Fish?

What Happens When You Swap Meat for Fish?

Besides reducing your carbon footprint, you’ll enjoy a myriad of health benefits when you swap red meat for fish twice per week.

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Why Buy Wild-Caught: Wild-Caught vs. Farmed Fish

Why Buy Wild-Caught: Wild-Caught vs. Farmed Fish

Salmon is the second most consumed seafood in the US, right between shrimp and canned tuna. You probably know that some of the salmon we eat is wild caught, and others farmed. But what is the difference between farm raised fish vs wild caught fish, and should you care? The answer is yes. You should care very much.   What’s the Difference Between Farm-Raised and Wild-Caught Fish? When you are talking about farm raised vs wild caught, the first thing you should look at is the environment in which they grow up, and the food that they eat. For instance,...

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The World's Largest Open Pit Mine Is Coming To Alaska

The World's Largest Open Pit Mine Is Coming To Alaska

Save Bristol Bay, Stop Pebble Mine Bristol Bay is the lifeblood of Alaska. Home to the world’s largest wild sockeye salmon run, the bay provides tens of thousands of Alaskan jobs and feeds Americans from coast to coast. At Sea to Table, we depend on Bristol Bay for the wild salmon we are proud to provide to our customers. And our Bristol Bay fishermen depend on us to provide a fair price for their catch to support their families and community. But this relationship, and the salmon that sustains it, is facing an existential threat from the Pebble Mine project....

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The Truth about Pacific Cod

The Truth about Pacific Cod

Recent media accounts have cast the sustainability of Alaskan Pacific Cod in doubt. Here’s what you need to know. In Early December, NPR published an article with the alarming headline “Alaska Cod Fishery Closes And Industry Braces For Ripple Effect”. Almost immediately, we started hearing from some of our customers and clients with questions about the availability and sustainability of Sea to Table Alaskan Pacific Cod.  We, too, were taken off guard by the headline, which when taken out of context to its accompanying story read like an alarm bell to the entire Alaskan cod fishery. In truth only a...

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