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Without the ocean, there would be no fish. Without fish, there would be no Rubio's. It's why we're so passionate about serving sustainable seafood whenever possible. And why we celebrate the ocean and its delicious bounty.
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Sustainable seafood is fished or farmed using practices that maintain healthy seafood populations without harming the environment.
Look for this icon on our menu to find items that feature sustainable seafood.
By choosing sustainable seafood you help preserve ocean species and ensure a healthy ocean for future generations. Go the extra nautical mile and choose sustainable seafood when possible.
Sourced from the icy ocean waters of Alaska, 100% of our genuine wild Alaska Pollock is certified as responsibly managed in accordance with the FAO-Based Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) Certification
100% of our Atlantic Salmon is sourced from responsibly managed fisheries that are certified as sustainable in accordance with Best Aquaculture Practices.
100% of our Shrimp is sourced from responsibly managed fisheries that are certified as sustainable in accordance with Best Aquaculture Practices.
100% of our Regal Springs® Tilapia is sourced from responsibly managed fisheries that are certified sustainable in accordance with the Aquaculture Stewardship Council and Best Aquaculture Practices.
Alaska takes marine conservation seriously. Alaska is the only state with a constitutional mandate for sustainability. Alaska now participates in the FAO-Based Responsible Fisheries Management (RFM) Certification program. This certification shows that Alaska's fisheries meet the criteria of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, the most comprehensive and respected fisheries management guidelines in the world.
The Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) standards address environmental and social responsibility, animal welfare, food safety and traceability in a voluntary certification program for aquaculture facilities. BAP certification defines the most important elements of responsible aquaculture and provides quantitative guidelines by which to evaluate adherence to those practices.
The Global Aquaculture Alliance is a worldwide third-party certification organization with a set of certification standards - the Best Aquaculture Practices - for hatcheries, farms, processing facilities and feed mills. These standards were developed to protect and monitor environmental impact, food safety and traceability. In adopting these standards, the seafood industry can better meet the demands of the growing global market for wholesome seafood produced in an environmentally and socially responsible manner.
While our Alaska Pollock, Atlantic Salmon, Shrimp, and Tilapia are sustainable, there are certain fish – like Mahi Mahi – where sustainable isn't possible yet. Hopefully that changes. Mostly for the sake of the Mahi Mahi, whom we love.
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