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With climate change and the world's growing population, it's becoming more and more difficult to properly feed all the people in the world. The World Bank has declared that the world needs to produce at least 50% more food...
Photo credit: Mike Johnson It turns out that fish are incredible little creatures. Not only are they a valuable food source for us as humans, but they also impact the environment in many positive ways. Here’s how. 1. Fish take up...
Zero-waste is a concept that incorporates various methods and measures aimed at eliminating waste and challenging old ways of thinking. When a company attempts to be zero-waste, their thinking will shift from viewing waste as garbage, to viewing it...
Here at The Healthy Fish, we often tout the health benefits of Tilapia, but we also want to talk about how farming this fish can contribute to the economic health of developing companies. When farmed sustainably, not only does...
Regal Springs is the world’s largest vertically integrated aquaculture company, employing over 8,500 individuals worldwide. Seen as pioneers in sustainable aquaculture for their farming techniques and community focus, Regal Springs is dedicated to their people and taking care of the...
There’s nothing quite like seafood festivals for fun, friendly competition, and some of the best food of your life. From fishing contests, to live music, to incredible, world-class dishes, these events have everything you need for a good time....
We all know someone who doesn’t eat seafood because they've heard some horror story from a friend of a friend. The thing is, there are many misconceptions about the seafood industry, especially when it comes to farmed fish....
With Lent just around the corner, it’s easy to find yourself worrying about what practices are the most important partake in. Whether you've been practicing your whole life or are new to the tradition, you may have heard a...
Tilapia, like other fish and animals, come in a variety of species. Three of the most commonly fished and eaten species of Tilapia are Nile, Blue and Mozambique. Varying in shape, size and color, these three fish differ from one...
Photo credit: Mayur Gala With more focus being placed on environmental sustainability, many companies have adopted more eco-friendly means to conducting business, from small steps such as separated recycling to bigger steps such as choosing to work only with other...

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