BOSTON -- Though still in its infancy, the sustainable seafood movement is rapidly gaining support from consumers and prompting businesses to adjust their buying practices to reflect the changes, according to a panel representing industry and environmental interests at the International Boston Seafood Show. One recent survey showed as many as seven out of 10 consumers would be more likely to purchase an "environmentally responsible" seafood product, with four out of 10 consumers indicating ...

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