#mealprepsunday ...Whole Wheat Pesto Pasta, Old Bay Tilapia, Steamed Broccoli for lunches which is far as I got with planning ha, Ginger Orange Carrots, Sweet Potatoes, Farro, Fruits, Curry Peppers, and more Brocc #costcohaul ..Only thing I’ll need to cook over the next few days is more protein (fish is better fresh and takes next to no time to make) ..Ready to own this week! Are you prepped and ready?
Committed to product safety, hygiene and traceability we implemented a HACCP hazard analysis critical control point to ensure the food is not only exposing to any kind contamination including any potential chemical, physical or biological hazard.
On a yearly basis, an analysis is carried directly to the fillet in order to guarantee and safety of the product been supply to the American market, these screenings help to provide confidence and trust by consumers especially by pregnant women and a helping provide great nutritional value to them.
The Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) is an important part of the picture. ASC aims to become the leading certification and labeling programme for responsibly farmed seafood and is on track with ambitious plans to transform the world’s seafood markets and promote the best environmental and social aquaculture performance.
Benefits of ASC Certification: *Environmental Benefits
Easy, delicious and fulfilled Tilapia Sandwich
2 tilapia fillets (1/2 lb.)
1/2 tsp. smoked paprika
2 CLAUSSEN Kosher Dill Pickle Spears, chopped
2 Tbsp. Garlic Aioli
2 tsp. chopped fresh dill
2 submarine rolls, split
2 KRAFT Singles
Place fish on rack of broiling pan sprayed with cooking spray; sprinkle with paprika.
Broil, 4 inches from heat, 5 min. or until fish flakes easily with a fork. Meanwhile, combine next 3 ingredients.
Place fish on bottom halves of rolls; cover with Singles, pickle mixture and tops of rolls.
Shopping for fish sometimes is a little difficult. The following guide can help you decide what to look for in different fish that is fresh and raised using standards for sustainability that you're looking for.
Fish is an excellent source of lean protein. And some types of fish, particularly cold-water species like salmon, tuna, sardines, tilapia, and trout, are rich in two important omega-3 fatty acids, docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) and eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA). One health concern is mercury, but for most people, the benefits of eating fish outweigh the risk from the methylmercury that's found in varying levels in seafood. In general, the larger (and older) the fish, the higher in mercury it will be (the metal accumulates over time, especially in fish high on the food chain that eat smaller fish). High levels of mercury can cause tingling or numbness in fingers and toes and vision problems and can affect infant brain development. Even consistent, low-level mercury exposure can leave you fatigued or make concentrating difficult. The USDA's Dietary Guidelines say to eat at least 8 ounces of seafood a week—choosing lower-mercury fish (salmon, shrimp, canned light tuna, tilapia, cod) and some omega-3-rich fish. Follow these guidelines and you should be fine.
Making an eco-friendly choice varies according to the type of fish, where it's from and whether it's wild or farmed. At the fish counter, you should see country-of-origin labeling, now required by federal law.
We always spoil you of choices for your lunch. Today take the lead and try our #TilapiaFillet . It comes with your choice of soup and remember you can place your order through #Jumia and #Simba food so it's delivered to your doorstep. ENJOY!