Safest Fish to Eat and 12 worst to avoid plus sustainability

Jan 30 2017 – Concerned Global Citizen

If you are looking for the least contaminated fish, try keeping you choices with the following seafood:

Alaska plaice (Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands)
Alaskan pollock (Eastern Bering Sea)
American plaice (New England)
Arrowtooth flounder (Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands)
Atlantic pollock (Northeast Arctic/New England)
Black rockfish (US Pacific coast)
Canary rockfish (US Pacific coast)
English sole (US Pacific coast)
Flathead sole (Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands)
Ocean perch (Newfoundland)
Pacific cod (Alaska/B.C.)
Pacific Ocean Perch (Alaska/US Pacific Coast)
Red king crab (Bristol Bay)
Rock sole (Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands)
Tanner crab (US Bering Sea)
Yellowfin sole (Bering Sea/Aleutian Islands)
To reduce your exposure to contaminated fish, try to make your choices from the list above.

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For Tuna and possibly othets

Clover Leaf has one of the lowest ratings.

See the list for the better ones in this report.

GP-TunaReport2011-FINAL-web.pdf

Top 12 Fish to avoid:
Warning lots of ads. Need to make list and add here.

http://www.manukafeed.com/contaminated-fish/14/

General info about sustainability for food consumption. Warning I have not checked sources of this info so do research to give appropriate weight.

https://blogs.ubc.ca/linds9/oceans-can-of-tuna/

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