‘I cannot believe how much we’ve lost.’ N.J. fishermen face tough times with restaurants shut down.

Fish of all shapes, sizes and stripes glisten from stainless holding bins at Belford Seafood Co-Op, reached by a narrow bumpy road that seems to head to the marshy middle of nowhere.,, “The dorado (mahi-mahi) is wild caught from Spain,,, “The rest of it is local, from our boats. We have six different draggers…’’ So expect no punches to be pulled when you ask how the coronavirus has affected the seafood co-op, and the fishermen on its 10 boats. Most of the restaurants that depended on Belford’s fish have shut down, which has wreaked havoc on the co-op’s business. >click to read< 15:31

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