Americans aren’t big on seafood. Worldwide, the average person eats about 44 pounds of fish and shellfish a year. A typical American eats roughly a third of that amount.
That’s a problem—both for our health and for the environment. High in nutrients and low in fat, fish are an excellent source of protein. They’re also more sustainable for the environment than livestock.
And so a burgeoning movement is underway to persuade Americans to stop turning up their noses at food with
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