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The Scoop on Seafood Sustainability

seafood sustainability

By definition, seafood sustainability is the ability to indefinitely support a defined volume of harvesting while meeting social and economic demands, without overtaxing environmental resources. The future of the seafood industry depends on the conscious decisions made today by the many seafood consumers it serves, and that includes Maines customers. If a particular type of seafood harvesting isn’t sustainable, that ...

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Seafood Sustainability

Cooking a la plancha, which is Spanish for grilling on a metal plate or pan, is an unobtrusive method that allows the ingredients to take over the dish. Seafood is best when prepared by chefs who have the confidence in their product to let it stand on its own – and that’s the type of product you’ll get from Maines. ...

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Seafood Sustainability

Seafood Sustainability

With increases in consumer awareness of seafood’s health benefits, demand for fish is only going to increase. But because wild stocks are not projected to meet increased demand, future increases in fish supply are likely to come either from foreign aquaculture or increased domestic aquaculture production. Sustainable seafood is either caught or farmed in ways that consider the long-term vitality ...

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