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Video: Seafood Show 2012 Wrapup

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Slideshow:Day 2

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Seven Things to Know About Farmed Fish

In case you didn’t know… Aquaculture, or fish farming, produces half of the world’s seafood we consume.  The global demand for seafood is increasing as the world’s population increases and income levels rise. There’s a finite supply of wild seafood, … Continue reading

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Supermarkets Increase Commitment to Seafood Sustainability

Few of the supermarkets that I shop at in Boston display adequate information about where their seafood products are from and how they are caught or raised. They don’t sell very many seafood products that I consider sustainable, and sometimes … Continue reading

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Meet, Slurp, Learn: The International Boston Seafood Show 2012

Making your way through the jammed aisles of the International Boston Seafood Show is like trying to swim laps in a hotel pool crowded with kids playing Marco Polo. Seafood buyers, distributors, wholesalers, processors, exporters, brokers and traders are everywhere, … Continue reading

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Day 1 Slideshow: Scenes from Int’l Boston Seafood Show

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Seafood Show Day 1: Twitter Recap

For real-time updates follow @myrnagreenfield or keep an eye on the “Twitter Updates” box on this page!

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