WASHINGTON — A panel of food industry experts at a conference at the Smithsonian Institution urged attendees to use the power of the market to ease the quest for vulnerable marine life, and suggested consumers take a break from tuna and salmon and try other species. The panel was part of a program that brought together chefs, scientists, fishermen and fish purveyors to discuss the sustainability of the country's seafood supply. One restaurant owner-panelist urged the public to "move off ...

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