Today is Earth Day (April 22) and one important thing we can’t forget is that our planet should be celebrated, honoured and protected every day. Two-thirds of our planet is covered by oceans and are home to some of the most incredible creatures on Earth.
They also play a critical role in regulating our climate and feeding the world. Taking care of our oceans can be as simple as thinking more critically about where our seafood comes from and how to buy it more responsibly. As consumers, we make a choice by having our purchasing dollars make a stance in what we believe in.
Ocean Brands makes that choice easier for Canadians with their Gold Seal sockeye salmon and Oceans Pole & Line tuna. These products proudly carry the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) label, demonstrating they are from a sustainably managed fishery.
MSC is an international non-profit that works with scientists, fisheries, seafood producers and brands around the world to advance sustainable fishing and to safeguard the health of our oceans. This council was created to address and reverse the problem of unsustainable fishing.
The blue MSC
Tuna Salad Appetizers
One of the easiest things to make at home is a tuna salad appetizer for guests. Simple 2 bites for any occasion.
- 1 can Flaked Light Tuna
- 13 crackers
- 3 tablespoon Mayo
- 1 tablespoon Mustard
- 1 teaspoons Cayanne pepper
- Pinch of Salt and Pepper
- Pinch of Italian seasoning on top (optional)
You can always incorporate other ingredients into it like onions and celery for added crunch. It’s a very flexible item to create. You can even turn it into a sandwich if you wanted to for lunch.
Gold Seal Sockeye Salmon
Pole & Line Flaked Light Tuna in Water
Pole & Line Chunk Light Tuna in Water
If you’re looking for fresh seafood, you can spot this logo or the Ocean Wise logo, a Vancouver Aquarium conservation program created to educate and empower consumers about the issues surrounding sustainable seafood. They also work directly with local restaurants, markets, food services and suppliers to ensure that they have the most current scientific information and help them make ocean-friendly buying decisions.