Fishing for innovation, Maine finds Iceland’s got it hooked

In 1981, Icelanders were catching 400,000 tons of cod annually. Twenty years later, although the annual catch had fallen to 180,00 tons, revenue adjusted for inflation more than doubled. Icelanders figured out that they could make more money by selling almost all parts of the fish rather than just fillets, Read more here portlandpress  17:48

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