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Campaign endorsement from Wolfgang Puck


No Marlin On This Menu:
Wolfgang Puck Companies a Leader in Supporting Sustainable Seafood

 

Wolfgang Puck is synonymous with bold, innovative cooking that has redefined fine dining in America and around the world.  His trademark dishes, coupled with his unmistakable panache and passion have revolutionized the culinary industry.

So it should come as no surprise that Wolfgang Puck Companies, including Puck's 15 fine dining restaurants, his premium catering services, and more than 80 Express operations firmly embrace the principles of serving only sustainable seafood, which includes not serving marlin at any of its restaurants.

Wolfgang Puck Companies support the efforts of the Take Marlin Off the Menu Campaign and other organizations that are dedicated to raising awareness about the important issues surrounding endangered marine life.

Embracing a "marlin free" practice is in keeping with Wolfgang Puck's motto of EAT, LOVE, LIVE and his culinary passion for eating and dining well. Wolfgang Puck Companies strives to provide the freshest, most natural and organic ingredients available.  The company celebrates local farmers, sustainable seafood and humanely treated animals.

The Wolfgang Puck brand is dedicated to innovation and in the case of marlin and other billfish, developing innovative tastes that deliver an extraordinary culinary experience with fish and seafood that are truly sustainable.

The National Coalition for Marine Conservation and the International Game Fish Association, the organizations that have come together to create the Take Marlin Off the Menu Campaign, applaud Wolfgang Puck Companies and strongly recommend that consumers dine at the following MARLIN-FREE Wolfgang Puck restaurants:

Spago
Chinois
CUT
Postrio
The Source
Trattoria del Lupo
Wolfgang Puck American Grille
Wolfgang Puck Bar and Grill
Wolfgang Puck Grille
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