SEATTLE (FNS) -- Growing demand for a hard-to-get product appears to be fueling the recent boost in prices for wild salmon. Yet the impact may be short-lived, seafood industry sources told SN. In recent years, marketers and restaurants have raised consumer awareness -- and whet their appetite -- for wild salmon. At the same time, consumers have seen the media accounts indicating farmed salmon may contain more contaminants than wild product. Together, those factors have boosted demand for ...

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