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BEST CHOICES G O O D A LT E R N A T I V E S AVOID Support Ocean-Friendly Seafood

‘Ahi/Bigeye tuna ◆ *
Best Choices are abundant, well-
Aku/Skipjack tuna (HI troll/pole, ‘Ahi/Yellowfin tuna (HI troll/pole, managed and caught or farmed in
handline) handline) ‘Ahi/Bluefin tuna*
‘Ahi/Yellowfin tuna◆ *
environmentally friendly ways.
Akule/Bigeye scad Aku/Skipjack tuna (HI) ◆
Barramundi (US farmed) Crab: Kona (HI) Aku/Skipjack tuna (imported) ◆ Good Alternatives are an option,
Clams (farmed) Ehu/Red snapper (NWHI) Chilean Seabass/Toothfish * but there are concerns with how
they’re caught or farmed — or with
Halibut: Pacific+
Crab: Dungeness, Kona (Australia) Häpu‘u/Grouper (NWHI) Cod: Atlantic
Hebi/Spearfish (HI) ◆ Ehu/Red snapper (MHI) the health of their habitat due to
other human impacts.
Mussels (farmed) He‘e/Tako/Octopus Häpuÿu/Grouper (MHI)
‘Öpelu/Mackerel scad Kaijiki/Blue marlin (HI)* Hebi/Spearfish (imported)◆
Kaijiki/Blue marlin (imported)*
Avoid for now as these items are

Pollock (Alaska wild) +

Oysters (farmed) Lobster: American/Maine caught or farmed in ways that harm

Salmon (Alaska wild) +

Mahi mahi/Dolphinfish (HI) Mahi mahi/Dolphinfish (imported) other marine life or the environment.
Monchong/Bigscale pomfret (HI) ◆ * Manö/Sharks*
Sardines Onaga/Ruby snapper (NWHI) Nairagi/Striped marlin* Key
Scallops: Bay (farmed) Ono/Wahoo (HI) * Onaga/Ruby snapper (MHI) HI = Hawai‘i Imported = Outside the US
Shutome/Swordfish Opah/Moonfish (HI) ◆ * ‘Opakapaka/Pink snapper (MHI) MHI = Main Hawaiian Islands
(HI harpoon, handline) * Orange Roughy *
* Limit consumption due to concerns about
NWHI = Northwest Hawaiian Islands
‘Opakapaka/Pink snapper (NWHI)
Striped Bass (farmed) Scallops: Sea Salmon (farmed, including Atlantic) * mercury or other contaminants.
Tilapia (US farmed) Shrimp (US farmed or wild) Shrimp (imported farmed or wild)
Shutome/Swordfish (HI) ◆ * Shutome/Swordfish (imported) ◆ *
Tombo/Albacore tuna + Some or all of this fishery is certified as
(HI troll/pole, handline) Tombo/Albacore tuna (HI) ◆ * Sturgeon*, Caviar (imported wild)
Tombo/Albacore tuna (imported) ◆ *
sustainable to the Marine Stewardship
Uku/Gray snapper Council standard. Visit
◆ Indicates longline-caught
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