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Eat Small: Why our Big Fish Problem is leading to big fish problems

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The following is an excerpt from Patrick Mustain’s post on the Food Matters blog:

We like big fish. And that’s a problem, according to Andy Sharpless, CEO of the ocean conservation organization Oceana, and co-author (along with Suzannah Evans) of the book The Perfect Protein. The book describes how regulations from a small group of countries, and a shift in the way we think about seafood, could ensure a sustainable source of healthy food for the future, even a future featuring 9 billion mouths to feed.

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