Tangled in a net of politics, conservationism and runaway food costs, seafood has become an albatross for operators, sinking margins and increasingly forcing them to consider how their offerings reflect on their public image.Given international tensions that impact its availability, surging global demand that accelerates its scarcity, global warming that fuels species depletion and escalating gas prices that jack up its cost, seafood has become one of the most expensive food products to pass ...
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