CHILEAN SEA BASS BOYCOTT GAINS SUPPORT orange roughy: Chilean sea bass has become the newest species of popular fish featured in a self-imposed restaurant boycott. The initiative, organized by the National Environmental Trust and the Antarctica Project, received the support of more than 50 top chefs here who are promising to keep the fish off their menus until its population stabilizes in about five years. The effort, dubbed "Take a Pass on Chilean Sea Bass," began in San Francisco last ...

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