McFarland Management is covering the waterfront with concepts offering several price points that carry the names of noted marine artists and emphasize sustainable seafood and environmental consciousness.
 As more customers are questioning the source of restaurant seafood in the wake of this past summer’s BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, McFarland executives said their concepts are well-positioned both to assuage consumer concerns and to educate.
 “It is becoming more of a ...

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