Families just like yours grow or harvest much of the food we eat. A new seafood campaign is the latest in a wave by food industry groups seeking to bring that message to consumers through generic marketing programs using industry members consumers can recognize and trust. The new education and public relations campaign aimed at consumers is reminiscent of the recent American Meat Institute-sponsored beef ads featuring cattle ranchers at home serving dinner to their families. (See related ...

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