GoodFood World took the opportunity to talk with Chris King, Seafood Specialist for Town and Country Markets; here’s what he had to say about sourcing sustainable seafood.
Read more: Chris King Brings Sustainable Seafood to Town and Country Markets
We are just beginning to understand that we may soon reach the end of the line – pun intended – for some of our “keystone” fish species: salmon, sea bass, cod and tuna. Top chefs in the US and Europe are pushing for sustainable seafood; “sustainable sushi” bars are popping up in cities across the country; and food service giants are offering sustainable seafood. But how is a discerning consumer going to find good quality, sustainable fish to purchase for his or her own table?
Read more: A Tale of Two Fish – Which Would You Rather Eat?
Would you eat a genetically engineered salmon? Are you even sure what the difference is between the regular variety and one that’s been tweaked to grow faster? Don’t feel bad if you’re unsure. Only a quarter of Americans say they fully understand what genetically engineered food is all about.
Read more: Americans Are Wary Of Genetically Engineered Foods