17 June 2009

Everything You Wanted to Know about Eating Seafood…but Were Afraid to Ask

“Seafood from distant waters — caught and processed by giant factory ships — is now available everywhere. But that means environmentally conscious consumers find themselves confronted with scores of fish to avoid, either because they have been overfished or because certain fishing methods endanger other species. At the same time, fish farming has become a far more diverse industry, with different practices and opposing factions. Some retailers are labeling the origin of the fish they sell.”

Read the article at NYTimes.com
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