Breaking the chain
Ships as large as football fields enter the waters around Antarctica every day on the hunt for krill. The fact that the catch limit has already doubled at least eight times in the past ten years indicates the seriousness of the situation and calls for change. As a consumer, you can contribute to stopping this advance! For example by eating less or no fish and meat. Krill is namely processed into fishmeal and used as cheap food for farmed fish and other slaughter animals. For the krill industry, however, the real gold is in the omega-3s. And that is actually complete nonsense. Krill itself does not produce any omega-3. It contains omega-3 because it eats algae. Just like fish. So why not get the omega-3 directly from the source?