WE’VE SIGNED ON FOR MORE ACCOUNTABLE SEAFOOD because when you dine at The National we want you to know we are always working to bring you the most fresh and sustainable seafood we can Chef Peter Dale has joined Oceana, the largest advocacy group working solely to protect the world’s oceans, and more than 500 chefs, restaurant owners and culinary leaders in a letter calling on the United States government to require that “seafood is traceable in order to prevent seafood fraud and keep illegal fish out of the U.S. market.” The letter, led by sustainable chef Barton Seaver, has signatories from nearly all 50 states, including top chefs Mario Batali, Rick Bayless, Daniel Boulud, Thomas Keller, Jacques Pepin, Eric Ripert and Michael Symon, who are all ‘committed to serving seafood that protects our oceans, our wallets and our health. To read the letter, and for a complete list of its signers, please visit www.oceana.org/chefletter. For more information about Oceana’s campaign to stop seafood fraud, please visit www.oceana.org/fraud.

WE’VE SIGNED ON FOR MORE ACCOUNTABLE SEAFOOD
because when you dine at The National we want you to know we are always working to bring you the most fresh and sustainable seafood we can

Chef Peter Dale has joined Oceana, the largest advocacy group working solely to protect the world’s oceans, and more than 500 chefs, restaurant owners and culinary leaders in a letter calling on the United States government to require that “seafood is traceable in order to prevent seafood fraud and keep illegal fish out of the U.S. market.” The letter, led by sustainable chef Barton Seaver, has signatories from nearly all 50 states, including top chefs Mario Batali, Rick Bayless, Daniel Boulud, Thomas Keller, Jacques Pepin, Eric Ripert and Michael Symon, who are all ‘committed to serving seafood that protects our oceans, our wallets and our health.


To read the letter, and for a complete list of its signers, please visit www.oceana.org/chefletter.

For more information about Oceana’s campaign to stop seafood fraud, please visit www.oceana.org/fraud.