|CO2e / kg
12.25CO2e / kg
= 100 g of Blue crabYou can consume
0.22kg of Blue crab to exhaust your daily CO2e food budget
|Seafood carbon emissions tool
|Blue crab (Callinectes sapidus), Wild, System: Traps, Notes: Data specific to blue crab fisheries are not available. Fuel use rates here represent estimates from all crustacean trap fisheries, drawing on 76 data points from 12 sources. More data specific to crab fisheries are needed, as most data come from lobster fisheries. Emissions associated with bait use assumed bait use rates of 40-60% of landed weight.
Recipes*only recipes with more than 50 grams of Blue crab are shown.