Eating Fish: What You Should Know

November 19, 2021 FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), in collaboration with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), has issued updated advice on eating fish that incorporates the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2020-2025. Learn more about the updated fish advice and FDA’s new resources that make it easy for those who might become or are pregnant or breastfeeding as well as parents and caregivers who are feeding children to make informed choices when it comes to the types of fish that are nutritious and safe to eat.

FDA Issues Updated Advice about Eating Fish

November 2, 2021 FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued updated advice about eating fish that incorporates the recommendations of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA), 2020-2025. Done in coordination with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), this update revises the advice that was last issued in 2019. In the advice, we use “fish” to refer to both fish and shellfish.

Clemson Researchers Work to Boost Seafood Market in South Carolina

Seafood consumption is increasing and Clemson University researchers are collaborating with researchers from other entities to determine how to help the seafood market grow in South Carolina.

NFI’s Top 10 List Suggests Consumers Diversifying Seafood Consumption

In 2019, Americans ate 19.2 pounds of seafood per capita, an increase of .2 pounds from 2018’s revised figure. In previous years, the Top 10 list has made up an outsized portion of US seafood consumption, nearly 90%. This time the familiar names on the Top 10 make up only 74%.

New Report: The Recipe for Increasing Seafood Consumption

The world needs to eat more seafood, both from an environmental and nutritional point of view. But what is it going to take for more people to choose seafood, and for people to eat more healthy and sustainable proteins from the ocean?