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TIPS & TRICKS

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HEALTH GOODIES FOR LITTLE SEAFOODIES

When kids eat at least two servings of seafood each week, the benefits are big. Fish and shellfish supply the nutrients, vitamins and omega-3s essential for strong bones, brain development, and a healthy heart and immune system.

  • Big Yums + Big Brains
    Fish makes your brain bigger, literally! Your brain is nearly 60% fat, and omega-3 fatty acids found in seafood are among the most crucial molecules that determine your brain’s ability to perform.
  • New Faves + Better Grades
    Kids who eat fish at least once per week may do better in school. Seafood’s omega-3s help kids’ brains develop, leading to higher IQs and improved reading and spelling skills. Plus, children who consume more seafood have less anxiety and better focus.
  • Clean Plates + Healthy Eyes
    Nearly half of our eyes’ light-detecting cell structure is made up of omega-3s.
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Sustainable seafood is a win-win:
healthy for your kids, healthy for the planet.

You have two basic choices for sustainable seafood: wild-caught from well-managed fisheries or raised from farms that adhere to responsible practices. Today, it’s easier than ever to find either option.

  • Buy certified.
    Several certification programs work with fisheries, farms and companies to ensure sustainability.
    Look for logos such as these:
  • Shop at a reputable store.
    They’re easy to find — about 90% of U.S. retailers offer sustainable seafood options.
  • Ask questions.
    Your store can tell you where it gets its seafood and if it was responsibly raised or caught. If it’s not sustainable, don’t buy it.
  • Use the web.
    Consult sites like SeafoodWatch.org and FishWatch.gov to find great sustainable seafood choices.
  • Choose American.
    The U.S. is the global leader in sustainable seafood.