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A good catch

Whether it’s in a sandwich, cooked on a barbecue or pan-fried, seafood is one of the most versatile foods to prepare. It also has myriad health benefits since it’s high in vitamins, minerals, protein and essential omega-3 fatty acids. Although the popularity of seafood as a protein source continues to grow, the health of our oceans is declining due to overfishing, destructive fishing gear and poor aquaculture practices. Globally, the health of our oceans is in massive decline, with around 80 per cent of the world’s fish stocks being either fully exploited or over-exploited.

Fortunately, it’s not all doom and gloom. There is something we can do about

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