Fish Farms: Navigating Murky Waters For Safe, Sustainable Seafood

April 2003
Environmental Nutrition;Apr2003, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p1
Explores opportunities in fish farming and the effort of fish farms to supply seafood that is both sustainable and healthy to eat. Recommendation for people to eat fish for its omega-2 fatty acids; Report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United States that one-fifth of the world's fish stock is overfished or depleted. INSETS: Why Eat Fish?;Best and Worst Choices at the Seafood Counter.


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