SeafoodSource.com Releases Exclusive Farmed Salmon Guide

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SeafoodSource.com, the international online news source for seafood industry professionals, has just released a series of articles called Fresh Take: Farmed Salmon written by online editor Sean Murphy. The articles provide seafood professionals with specific information about farmed salmon and answer questions for those interested in sourcing the protein.

Fresh Take: Farmed Salmon

Fresh Take: Farmed Salmon

It's worth presenting a guide to the controversy, including tips for navigating it, for anyone looking to buy into this high-demand protein.

SeafoodSource.com, the international online news source for seafood industry professionals, has released this week a series of articles called Fresh Take: Farmed Salmon written by online editor Sean Murphy. The articles provide seafood professionals with specific information about farmed salmon and answer questions for those interested in sourcing the protein.

In this multi-article guide, Murphy tackles the controversial topics surrounding farmed salmon, including the use of antibiotics, the impact of salmon farms on the environment and the claims that eating salmon can be harmful to one’s health.

Murphy said he saw a need for this guide because salmon is considered the most popular finfish and the contributions of farmed seafood to the world’s dinner plate have been increasing every year. “It’s worth presenting a guide to the controversy, including tips for navigating it, for anyone looking to buy into this high-demand protein,” he said.

As media coverage surrounding the farmed salmon industry is at its peak, Murphy says this guide cuts through the noise and misinformation with a supply of unbiased, helpful facts that would be useful to anyone, whether or not they are involved in the industry. The articles, titled “Antibiotics: An extreme solution best in moderation,” “Farmed Salmon and Human Health: the Lowdown on PCBs,” “Problems and Progress: Salmon Farming and the Environment,” and “Putting it Together: One Chef’s Bucket List,” will, according to Murphy, “offer clear, objective evidence spelling out how much of the criticism of farmed salmon is accurate, and what isn’t, along with a list of questions would-be buyers should ask of salmon farmers, and how to interpret the answers.”

The complete guide is available on SeafoodSource.com.

About SeafoodSource.com
SeafoodSource.com provides the global seafood industry an interactive suite of resources including world headlines, a daily newsletter, market reports, webinars, whitepapers, a supplier directory, video and other industry-related developments. SeafoodSource.com serves as the official media for Seafood Expo events including Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America in Boston, USA and Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global in Brussels, Belgium. http://www.SeafoodSource.com

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Diversified Communications is a leading international media company providing market access, education and information through global, national and regional face-to-face events, digital products, publications and television stations. Diversified serves a number of industries including: seafood, food service, natural and organic, healthcare, commercial marine and business management. The company's global seafood portfolio of expositions and media includes Seafood Expo North America/Seafood Processing North America, Seafood Expo Global/Seafood Processing Global, Seafood Expo Asia and SeafoodSource.com. Diversified Communications, in partnership with SeaWeb, also produces SeaWeb Seafood Summit, the world’s premier seafood conference on sustainability. Based in Portland, Maine, USA, Diversified has divisions in the Eastern United States, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, India, Thailand and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit: http://www.divcom.com

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