The seafood industry has waited for organic standards with the patience of a fisherman. Five years without a definitive resolution is beginning to roil once-placid waters, however, as efforts to line up the many disparate voices into some sort of consensus continue. Many observers fear that ongoing discussion and debate, while admirable in principle, are beginning to impact consumers. “By their purchasing, they're telling us they want organic product,” said Gary Robertson, vice president ...

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