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// Even though it may be convenient, your local supermarket isn’t always the best place to purchase your seafood. Since these stores are often focused on offering everything and anything to the metropolitan customer, providing carefully selected sustainable seafood...
As the human population continues to balloon, we'll soon need a larger and more responsible source of food to feed ourselves—and one that isn't so detrimental to the environment. Aquaculture, better known as fish farming, may be the solution. It...
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...
Besides providing a consistent source of food for many communities, aquaculture has an overall positive effect not only on the environment, but the world at large. Here are just a few of the benefits of farming fish done right from...
Each day, we can do a little something to help the world become a better place. Whether it's composting or using a reusable bag, it's apparent that the earth and our environment are worth taking care of. Of course,...
Photo credit: Regal Springs Knowing what is healthy and what isn’t can get confusing, especially when the internet always seems to be telling us something different. This is definitely the case with Tilapia, one of America's most widely consumed fish....
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...
Our grocery aisles and restaurant menus have been plastered with labels such as “free range,” “cage-free,” and “humane certified,” but how can we make sure that our food is coming from humane sources? Farms certified as ethical or humane practice...
Regal Springs is certified for their socially responsible work around the globe by numerous councils, including the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC), which the WWF helped found in 2010. Since then, it has been rewarding companies for their ethical work...
At Regal Springs, none of their 100% all-natural Tilapia gets put to waste. Even though only 35% of the fish is cut into fillets or loins, the rest of the fish is distributed for reuse in other industries. This is...