5 Truths About the Seafood Industry

These off-putting facts will make you think twice before eating fish.

Mislabeling is a widespread issue

Although it may appear to be an illogical concern, mislabeling is a huge issue in the seafood sector. According to the researchers, around 36% of the seafood items studied were mislabeled.

"Sushi parasites" have increased dramatically

Sushi is really popular these days, but you should inspect each hot tuna roll carefully before devouring it.

Seafood contains microplastics

Plastic contamination is a significant issue in our planet's oceans. Every year, at least 14 million tonnes of plastic end up in the ocean.

Seafood favorites are in decline

Most popular seafood species are in steep decline around the globe, over 1,300 different fish and invertebrate populations, and found that 82% were below the population levels

COVID-19 & the seafood industry

Workers in high-density sectors, such as seafood processing industries, where social distancing was difficult, were particularly hard struck.


Fish are a good supply of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, calcium, and vital minerals like zinc and magnesium, as well as being a good source of high-quality, low-fat protein.


True, ordering salmon or tuna instead of a cheeseburger or ribs the next time you go out to dine is almost likely a better nutritional choice.


To maintain good heart health, the American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least twice a week.


The United States spends an estimated $1.2 billion on seafood each year. That's quite a number of crab cakes! The majority of the money (65%) is spent on seafood from restaurants and other "away from home" sources.


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