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Wednesday, June 20, 2007 

Sustainable Filet-o-Fish?

Interesting "nugget" of information from Gristmill
McDonald's fish sandwich is more sustainable than Nobu's menu (the restaurant for the stars), because it is sourced from an Alaskan fishery certified by the Marine Stewardship Council. McDonald's, though, does not advertise the MSC label because then it would have to pay a licensing fee.
Kudos Mickey D's! Who knew?

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Filet-o-fish has always been my fav fast food sandwich since it was first introduced when I was a kid. I think I recall seeing on the Food Network that it was the only sandwich that got its start at a franchise store rather than from corporate headquarters.

Look for the blue MSC eco-label when buying seafood. This will reassure you that the seafood has come from a fishery not contributing to voerfishing. Find out where to buy MSC-labelled seafood near you at http://eng.msc.org/html/content_531.htm

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