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Chefs Collaborative is a national nonprofit network with a mission to inspire, educate, and celebrate chefs and food professionals building a better food system. A network of like-minded chefs and food professionals across the country who care about sourcing, cooking, and serving better food.
Green Restaurant Association
Founded in 1990, The Green Restaurant Association, an international nonprofit organization, has pioneered the Green Restaurant® movement as the leading voice within the industry, encouraging restaurants to green their operations using transparent, science-based certiﬁcation standards. With its turnkey certiﬁcation system, the GRA has made it accessible for thousands of restaurants to become more environmentally sustainable in Energy, Water, Waste, Food, Chemicals, Disposables, & Building.
Sustainable Food News
Online news and market information source for foodservice and retail food professionals seeking a keen understanding of the burgeoning consumer demand for sustainable, local, organic and natural food and beverages, as well as business practices that support sustainability's triple-bottom line: people, planets and profits.
Find a Fish in the nation's database on sustainable seafood. FishWatch.gov is maintained by NOAA Fisheries, which is responsible for monitoring and enforcing marine fisheries within 4.4 million square miles and 95,000 coastland miles of the U.S. exclusive economic zone.
Sustainable Seafood Program
The Safina Center Sustainable Seafood Program helps consumers, chefs, retailers and the medical community discover the connection between human health, a healthy ocean, fishing, and seafood. We translate seafood science so that you can make informed choices.
Through collaboration with environmental non-profit organizations and seafood industry leaders, FishChoice creates tools and relationships to make commercial procurement of sustainable seafood products easier and to expand the outreach and effectiveness of the sustainable seafood movement. FishChoice.com is an online, sustainable seafood sourcing tool that connects retail, restaurant, and institutional seafood buyers to suppliers of sustainable seafood products. It also helps sustainable aquaculture operations and wild fisheries that utilize environmentally responsible fishing methods find markets for their products.
SeaWeb is a Project of The Ocean Foundation, a community foundation with a mission to support, strengthen, and promote organizations dedicated to reversing the trend of destruction of ocean environments around the world. Our key programs are the Seafood Summit –The world’s premier conference on seafood sustainability, Speaking of Seafood, and the Seafood Champion Awards. These programs create a nexus of support for seafood sustainability leadership.
EDF Seafood Selector
The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Seafood Selector stands apart from other seafood guides because we work with troubled fisheries to improve management and conservation, which can improve their ratings over the long run. Learn more about our work with fisheries. The guide covers the kinds of fish and shellfish you are most likely to see in your local supermarket or restaurant.
The Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® program helps consumers and businesses choose seafood that's fished or farmed in ways that support a healthy ocean, now and for future generations. Our recommendations indicate which seafood items are Best Choices or Good Alternatives, and which ones you should Avoid.
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