Waste not, want not

Davis Naftzger

The Great Lakes St Lawrence region is determined to optimise the value and utilisation of its commercial fishery

There’s growing global acceptance that many of the traditional and still current uses of commercially-produced fish only capture a small fraction of the full potential value and that continuing on this wasteful path is economically unviable and unsustainable. This mounting awareness is being met with a rising number of initiatives that are seeking to use much more of fish in a wide variety of new ways that extend well beyond food.

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