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$55bn investment needed to keep seafood on the table

Fresh raw organic mussels at a seafood market in Normandy
Bivalves – which include oysters and mussels – and other unfed aquaculture could help the seafood industry meet surging demand. (Photo: tsableaux/Envato)

A new report says that large investment in new technology and food sources will be needed in order to meet surging consumer demand for seafood. The farmed seafood industry will fall short of consumer demand without reform, with a 20 per cent supply gap expected by 2050, according to non-profit ...

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