• Health Resource

    Beneficial Effects of a Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid on Infant Development: Evidence from the Inuit of Artic Quebec

    Beneficial Effects of a Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid on Infant Development: Evidence from the Inuit of Artic Quebec
    Authors: Joseph L. Jacobson, et al.
    Wayne State University School of Medi...

  • Uncategorized Blog

    NBC Nightly News Airs Seafood Sustainability Scare-Story

    Last night NBC News chief environmental affairs correspondent Anne Thompson aired a story titled Sea Change-- Seafood Choices Key to Saving Troubled Waters. Unfortunately it was a one-sided diatribe a...

  • Health Blog

    The new meat and potatoes

    Yesterday I had my first tennis lesson. And when I say first, I mean firstever. I have never picked up a racquet before and have a long way to go before Ill be comfortable doing so in public. M...

  • Health Blog

    Speedy surimi

    Yesterday I was en route to a meeting downtown at lunchtime, so I ate on the go. While my $3.99 8 Piece Brown Rice Surimi Combo doesnt shake a stick at the chefs omakase I enjoyed last weekend, ...

  • Sustainability Press Release

    Condemnation of Tactics in Tuna Dispute

    June 3, 2008 Washington Following weeks of Greenpeace action against tuna vessels world wide that include vandalizing tuna boats operating legally in the Pacific Ocean, boarding vessels in the Medit...

  • Health Blog

    Brain-boosting burger

    Tonight I got home late and was ravenous. Luckily, the salmon burger recipe my Aunt Rita sent me to try took less than 10 minutes from on-paper to plate. I halved the recipe since I was only cooki...

  • Uncategorized Blog

    Turkish Fishermen Face Off Against Greenpeace

    Let me start by saying I don't endorse violent confrontations as a means of protest in any way shape or form and neither does NFI... but in playing the victim after a confrontation at sea Greenpeace h...

  • Health Blog

    Noodles and National Journal

    I am a leftovers enthusiast. And a wasted-food opposer. In even the most meager of dinner remnants, I see the potential for a great lunch the next day. Today was a classic repurposing. Veggie soup...

  • Health Blog

    Rain makes me a little crabby

    Yesterday we left the house at 9 in the morning to spend the whole day at the Vintage Virginia wine festival. Unlike most festivals, the food options were impressive. Paella, gyros, grilled chick...

  • Health Blog

    If I was on a deserted island and had to pick one food…

    I would probably pick sushi. It tastes so good, and you feel so good after eating it. No island fantasies necessary, though -- I am lucky to live less than a block away from what must be one of t...

  • Health Blog

    I try not to pick favorites…

    But I cant hide my proclivity for calamari. Not so much the fried, dip-in-marinara-sauce kind; but the grilled or sauted, sprinkled-with-olive-oil kind. Calamari (also known less glamorously as sq...

  • Uncategorized Blog

    Facts on Fish and Fatty Acids

    Check out this article from Readers Digest its called Get Hooked on Fish. Its actually an excerpt from a book called Cut Your Cholesterol it does a pretty good job of outlining the benefits of eating ...

  • Press Release

    Group Pushing Shrimp Story Chooses Accusations over Action

    May 28, 2008 Washington In testimony during a public hearing at the U.S. Department of Labor today the AFL-CIO backed Solidarity Center again voiced accusations of ongoing abuses in the Thai and Ban...

  • Health Resource

    Expert Resources

    We invite you to learn more from some of the leading subject experts about the nutrition, health and safety of seafood. ...

  • Safety Press Release

    FDA Funding Headed in the Right Direction

    May 16, 2008 Washington United States Senate Committee on Appropriations has committed $275 million to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as part of the 2008 Emergency Supplemental Appropriation...