Sustainable Wild Selections Tuna Gives Back


Everyday I am learning more and more about the foods we eat. Whether it is about what is good for our bodies, how it is grown or produced, or about the companies themselves and how they impact both our health and the environment.

Seafood has been a new topic for me lately and something I’ve been paying close attention to when I pick out my fish in the grocery store. I want to share with you how Wild Selections Tuna is working hard to make fishing sustainable and giving back to the ocean they take it from.

Wild Selections Tuna

Interesting Fact: 3 Billion people depend on seafood as their primary source of protein.

This makes overfishing a real issue. Many fisheries are at or near their sustainable limit. What happens in the future then to feed the population? Wild Selections has taken note and have gone the extra mile to help ensure our seafood is safe by the following means.

Wild Selections Tuna

Wild Selections Tuna

Has the Marine Stewardship Council which is world’s leading certification program for wild-caught, sustainable seafood. Look for the blue MSC eco-label which tells you the fish in your can comes from well managed fisheries and healthy fish stocks. You can even learn where it was exactly caught!

They give back to the World Wildlife Fund marine conservation and fishery improvement projects. The world’s largest conversation group giving back to the oceans around the globe. 13 cents from every can sold – a total of $1 million by 2018 – will go towards these efforts.

Wild Selections Tuna Salad

Only natural ingredients found in Wild Selections Tuna and it is Non-GMO project verified too. I could taste the difference. Wild, fresh, sustainable and oh so good!

Visit Wild Selections to learn more.

Find in a store near you and try for yourself. You’ll feel good about your purchase!

Have you thought about sustainable seafood and the impact of our future?

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

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