Wild is Better
Consumers prefer wild over farmed seafood for good reasons.
- Fish swim free in their natural habitat vs. being penned into crowded tanks and nets.
- Wild fish live on a nutrient-rich natural diet, not inexpensive fish meal and livestock byproducts.
- Wild seafood doesn’t receive the antibiotics, hormones or coloring dyes used in aquaculture.
Aquaculture can be part of a sustainable seafood solution, but lacks global standards, and can create serious environmental damage. Learn more
There’s a lot of confusion around what is and isn’t sustainable seafood. We thought the simpler the better, so here’s our definition. “Blue Horizon Wild only sources responsibly-caught wild fish certified by the Marine Stewardship Council and/or defined as sustainable by Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program or equivalent programs like Blue Ocean Institute and SeaChoice Canada" When possible we try to source from smaller, community-based fisheries.
We’ve always known seafood is good for us, but now the USDA recommends doubling the amount we eat, from once a week to twice a week. Blue Horizon Wild helps make that easy, serving up wild, sustainable seafood dishes ranging from Blue Cheese Salmon Burgers to Lobster Mac & Cheese and Gluten-Free Crab Bites.