To the Editor: icle ["Wild Oats Stops Selling Species Found to Be Overfished," Aug. 23, 1999] covered the decision by Wild Oats Markets Inc. to discontinue carrying swordfish, marlin, orange roughy and Chilean sea bass until a full recovery plan is adopted. In fact, recovery plans for these species are in effect, and have been in effect for years. To help the species recover to their fullest potential, a few things can be done by the supermarket industry: 1. Know your supplier. Buy fish ...

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