Monday, 16 March 2009

Trying to Make Bluefin Tuna Sustainable

Food & Dining from The WashingtonPost.com
Kindai, a type of bluefin tuna farmed from hatched eggs in Japan, is putting the fish back on the menu at some restaurants that previously considered bluefin tuna socially unacceptable. The practice still isn't fully sustainable, though. ...
... For years sushi aficionados have reserved their most lavish praise - and their spare cash - for bluefin tuna, the fatty, pinkish fish featured at high-end restaurants across the globe. But as wild stocks of the fish have plummeted, ordering bluefin has become as socially unacceptable as consuming the once-ubiquitous Chilean sea bass. ...
Full Story: A More Sustainable Tuna?; By Juliet Eilperin




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