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Remember to always choose sustainable fish to eat...

Remember to go green and choose Fish to Eat! Check seafood labels closely to see where and how your fish was produced.

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Bream, Gilthead (Caught at sea)

Sparus auratus

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Bream, Gilthead (Farmed)

Sparus auratus

Seabream are a group of compact, medium-sized fishes known as Sparidae. Their firm white meat is similar in taste and texture to bass and is ideal for grilling, steaming, baking and pan-frying whole. ... read more

Depending on how and where it's caught this species ranges from sustainable to unsustainable. Check individual options to make the best choice.

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Bream, Red seabream, Blackspot seabream

Pagellus bogaraveo

Red seabream belong to the family Sparidae. They are a bentho-pelagic species, inhabiting depth ranges from 300 to 700m throughout the eastern Atlantic and western Mediterranean. They are hermaphrodit... read more

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Bream, Threadfin, Ornate threadfin bream

Nemipterus hexodon

Threadfin bream is one of the most commercially important species in the Gulf of Thailand. Fishing effort on this species in this area is too high.... read more

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Brill

Scophthalmus rhombus

Sold as whole steaks and fillets and is sometimes used as an alternative to turbot. It is similar to turbot but has slightly smaller flakes and a sweeter taste. Brill belongs to a small family of left... read more

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