From both a nutritional and environmental impact perspective, wild-caught fish are far superior to their
- Despite being much fattier, farmed fish provide far less usable beneficial omega-3 fatty acids than
wild fish because they are fed grain, instead of their natural diets.
- Due to the feedlot conditions of aquafarming, farm-raised fish are doused with antibiotics
and exposed to more concentrated pesticides than their wild kin. Farmed salmon, in
addition, are given a salmon-colored dye in their feed, without which their flesh would be
an unappetizing grey color.
- Aquafarming also raises a number of environmental concerns, the most important of
which may be its negative impact on wild salmon. It has now been established that sea
lice from farms kill up to 95% of juvenile wild salmon that migrate past them.(Krkosek M,
Lewis MA. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.)
Tom’s fresh Atlantic fish have naturally no additives and are filleted within hours of being
brought to the fishmonger. They are delivered to you within 24 hours.
Now, that's fresh, real food.