- Although 70% of the planet is made up of oceans, only about 2% of the world's food supplies come from the seas.
- According to World Bank forecasts, by 2030 about 62% of the seafood we will eat will be grown on farms.
- For more than 2.9 billion people, fish provide 20% of their animal protein intake.
This is a commercial breeding of aquatic organisms - fish, crustaceans and mollusks in specially equipped reservoirs, marine plantations and large reservoirs, in fact - fish farms. Remember the predictions? Today, more than 50% of seafood consumed by humans is grown on farms.
Fish caught in their natural habitat - lakes, oceans, rivers and more. The main advantage of such fish - in its diet and exercise - that is, in the variety of food and freedom of movement. In addition, fish caught in the wild do not contain antibiotics and have a lower risk of disease and infection.
Farm salmon is 46% more caloric, fortified with vitamin C and wins over saturated, polyunsaturated and omega-3 fatty acids. This promotes oiliness, retains moisture during cooking and the meat is usually softer.
Wild salmon, in turn, contains more minerals, vitamins B and D, potassium, zinc and iron. It has fewer calories and less saturated fat, so if you are looking for the most dietary option - this is it.
We don't want to upset you, but the fact that wild fish is not 100% exposed to antibiotics and compound feed does not guarantee that it is necessarily "healthier".
Fish can absorb chemicals and contaminants through food and the environment as well, and here farm fish have a significant advantage - full control offered by aquaculture. We can't know where the wild fish swam and what it ate - but we know for sure in aquaculture systems.
For these reasons, it is recommended to choose fish from the farm for cooking sushi and raw fish dishes.
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