WASHINGTON (FNS) -- A long-term plan from the Clinton administration to rebuild severely depleted stocks of cod and haddock off the New England coast will reduce supplies even more for several years and could drive up retail prices by as much as 50%, according to one estimate. Concerned that years of overfishing had reduced cod and haddock breeding stock to levels where the fish could disappear entirely within several years, the White House last week announced the creation of a $30 million ...

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