Sea Stories — seafood

Dungeness Crab Season in Full Swing

Dungeness Crab Season in Full Swing

Dungeness Crab is the most commercially important crab in the Pacific Northwest. With a range that spans from Southern California up to Alaska, it is a delicacy not to be missed when the season is in full force. The name Dungeness is a reference to the Dungeness Spit, a stretch of land in Northwest Washington State. Dungeness Crab live in Intertidal zones to a depth of 170 meters. They have a mild sweet taste and weigh 1.5-3 lbs on average. They are rated by the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch as Good Alternative. The 2016-2017 season was one of the largest...

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World Oceans Day: Seafood for a Healthier Planet

World Oceans Day: Seafood for a Healthier Planet

Over 70 percent of our planet is covered by oceans, and about 3 billion people worldwide rely on them for their primary source of protein — seafood. But not all of it is created - ahem, caught - equal. Compared to foreign waters, U.S. oceans are the most protected thanks to science-based management implemented in 1978. Not only does our system ensure the preservation of our local fish stocks for generations to come, but also the safekeeping of fellow marine mammals and their natural ocean habitats. At Sea to Table, we do our part to protect our oceans as an...

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