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Fish and Shellfish Consumption
Seafood Guide

Seafood is good for your heart and brain. Seafood is low in fat, high in protein, and rich in nutrients like omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3's provide protection from heart disease and are an important brain food for you, your children, and your unborn child.

Advisories and consumption guidelines are designed to help you gain these health benefits while protecting you and your family from contaminants in fish and shellfish.

For more information about fish and shellfish advisories in Oregon, or contaminants and their health effects, call the Oregon Health Authority at 1-877-290-6767.


Map of advisories
Current fish and shellfish advisories in Oregon, including guidelines for when you should limit or avoid eating certain fish or shellfish to reduce your exposure to contaminants.
Seafood and shellfish consumption guide
Resources to help you make healthy choices when eating seafood, including a seafood guide, details about contaminants, and information for recreational shellfish harvesters.
fish cleaning guideline diagram
Follow these fish cleaning guidelines to reduce your exposure to PCBs and other fat-soluble contaminants.
BonnevilleMaprollup
Due to high levels of PCBs​, we recommend that no one eat resident fish from the Bonneville Dam at Bradford Island to Ruckel​ Creek (one mile upstream).
MiddlleColumbiarollup
Fish advisory for the Mid-Columbia River. Resident fish should be consumed no more than once per week.