SAN FRANCISCO (FNS) -- Representatives of the seafood industry and of the environmental movement squared off in a dispute over the future of the world's fisheries at the Grocery Manufacturers of America/Food Marketing Institute Environmental Affairs Conference, held here. Lee Weddig, executive vice president of the National Fisheries Institute, and Carl Safina, director of Living Oceans, a branch of the National Audubon Society, offered attendees a lesson in how two people, using the same ...

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