Fish Personality Tests Could Be the Key To Improving Seafood Farming
Researchers found two distinct personality types in the fish that they observed.
Almost Every Kind of Wild Fish Is Infected with Worms
Ever have a nice meal at a fancy restaurant, plop down $75 for a wild seafood dinner, then get home and open the container of leftovers to see worms wriggling out of your fillet? It may be better to go with farm-raised fish after all.
We Talked To a Michelin-Rated Seafood Chef About the Future of Fish
We are living through a time when we are constantly bombarded with news on how oil spills, radiation, mercury, worms, and overfishing are ravaging our oceans. Should we even eat fish? We ask a Michelin-rated chef to find out.
Shrimp Cocktail Is Destroying Bangladeshi Communities
The Western appetite for shrimp is bigger than ever. But in Bangladesh, where much of our supply is farmed, aquaculture is laying waste to traditional coastal communities.