Includes: fish, crustaceans, shellfish Quick Facts Seafood is considered a Priority Allergen by Health Canada. For regulatory purposes, Health Canada uses the following terms to describe seafood: fish (e.g., trout, salmon), shellfish (e.g., scallops, clams) and crustaceans (e.g., lobster, shrimp). Be Allergy-Aware Read ingredient labels every time you buy or eat a product. Do The... Read More
As Oceans Warm, Fish Are Finding New ZIP Codes - Fish species are shifting their ranges around the world in response to warming oceans, a trend that could have significant economic ramifications globally, a new study found.The study is the first to detect climate change-related shifts in the range of fish species on a global scale. In doing so, it provides another line of evidence showing the far-reaching impacts of global warming.