Pink Snapper (aka Opakapaka in Hawaii) is found in abundance in the tropical Pacific Ocean and come from a sustainable fishery. Despite the name, pink snapper is actually part of the sea bream family (sparidae) rather than the true snapper family. Their diet consists of small fish and crustaceans and their flesh has a clear to light pink color. They have a firm texture, delicate flavor, and a mildly sweet, fresh taste, making it suitable for grilling as well as a wide variety of cooking preparations. Pink snapper is great for preparing whole or in fillets and is an excellent source of extra lean protein.