Monday, 22 December 2008

Seafood Snob Sees a Farm-Raised Future

On the Farm
Because of overfishing, scientists say, most of the fish we eat in the future will be farmed rather than caught. The good news is that even declining species can quickly recover if fisheries are managed well.
I suppose you might call me a wild-fish snob. I don’t want to go into a fish market on Cape Cod and find farm-raised salmon from Chile and ...
... mussels from Prince Edward Island instead of cod, monkfish or haddock. I don’t want to go to a restaurant in Miami and see farm-raised catfish from Vietnam on the menu but no grouper.
Those have been my recent experiences, and according to many scientists, it may be the way of the future: most of the fish we’ll be eating will be farmed, and by midcentury, ...

Full Story: A Seafood Snob Ponders the Future of Fish; By MARK BITTMAN, on the NYTimes.com




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