Alaska commercial fishing news and notes
Bottom Line: Walmart always ruins a good thing....like our whole economy, the effective raping and pillaging of its own employees, putting out of business countless businesses that had family ownership, intergrity, character...anyway, happy guilt-free shopping!
WRONG!The more wild Alaska product out there the better.More markets for our fish is good for all of us.
And the difference between wild, and wild caught 9:04? BENTONVILLE, Ark. – Jan. 28, 2015 – Walmart today announced it is adding more wild caught Alaska seafood at select stores in Alaska and Washington…Hatchery Fish are not wild, in any English, French, Spanish, German…dictionary.
Wild is best, even farmed fish keeps the consumer eating fish, the more fish they eat, the more particular they will get, the more wild fish they will switch too.More fish, more better.
8:08 , do you know the difference between HATCHERY and FISH FARM ?
Hatchery fish have assistance being hatched , but they spend the majority of their life in the wilds of the deep blue, pristine Pacific where they must forage for food in the marine enviroment, unlike farm fish that live their life in a pen, with all their feces , and other waste product. Often creating an environmental disaster.They are fed pellets, sometimes they give farm fish growth hormones and often they add color, 3 lbs. of wild fish must die to make 1 lb. of farmed fish.
When is Walmart going to go to bat for the consumer to demand that all "Alaskan" brand are iced and bled? You know, so product quality can be monitored and guaranteed?
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