Seward Fishing Community dismayed by FDA precident approving genetically modified fish

Word that the Food and Drug Administration had approved the humaRec-camp-fishers-e1448133594324-600x490n consumption of a genetically modified animal for the first time ever Thursday, the dreaded “Frankenfish,” traveled fast in Alaska. Several Seward residents SCN spoke with were not happy about its implications, either for the Alaska fishing industry, or for consumers. In a town that prides itself on the plentiful supply of wild Alaska salmon, halibut, cod, and other species, and on supporting sport and commercial fishing, that’s not surprising. Read the article here 16:14

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