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Aquaculture: Are farmed fish just for the wealthy?

Christopher Golden and colleagues argue that farmed fish contribute little to global food security because they are “mostly exported to the wealthy countries of Europe and North America” (Nature534, 317–320;10.1038/534317a2016). In fact, more than 90% of
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