This spring brought the largest collapse of salmon stocks in 40 years along the West Coast of the United States. A recent scientific study projects that wild seafood could be just a memory by 2050. At the same time, fewer fish populate the world’s oceans, while consumers are making greater demands for seafood because of its health benefits.As the largest foodservice company, Compass Group strives to set the standard for excellence in service and hospitality. Our culinary team members take ...

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