Sustainability Is Focus of New Seafood Initiative

Informing the public and the restaurant industry about seafood sustainability has been a decades-long mission of a number of groups, including Seafood Watch at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Now chefs associated with the James Beard Foundation have joined the effort with Smart Catch, a program created in Seattle by Paul G. Allen, a founder of Microsoft. Its goal is for at least 80 percent of a restaurant’s seafood to be sustainable.
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