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THE MOST SUSTAINABLE WAY TO RAISE SEAFOOD MIGHT BE ON LAND

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Americans eat about 4 billion pounds of seafood a year, but many of us don’t know where our fish or shellfish come from—or even what we’re eating. (Seafood is sometimes intentionally mislabeled.) Karlanea Brown’s family-run shrimp farm, in landlocked Indiana, offers a cheaper, sustainable, and more transparent approach.

http://www.popsci.com/shrimp-farm-indiana-future-seafood-production

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Author: Permacooking

Reducing food waste can be eco-friendly, easy, and delicious.

4 thoughts on “THE MOST SUSTAINABLE WAY TO RAISE SEAFOOD MIGHT BE ON LAND

  1. I am a huge fan of shrimp. Perhaps I can set up a smaller scaled operation over at Mind Your Dirt farms! Just enough to satiate my own hunger. So, half of what they produce…

  2. Hey James! So…no sharing? Maybe I could take care of the other half! 🙂

  3. Very interesting, i would support healthy sustainable, non-polluting fish farming.

  4. Pingback: THE MOST SUSTAINABLE WAY TO RAISE SEAFOOD MIGHT BE ON LAND | ' Ace Foodie News '

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