Seafood Consumers May Not Notice Fishery Cuts
February 25, 2013
CapeCodOnline: In May, New England’s fishermen will again see a cut to the number of fish they can catch, this time so deeply that the historic industry’s existence is threatened from Rhode Island to Maine.
But as hard as the cuts are likely to hit fishing communities, local seafood eaters may not notice at all. In the region’s markets, grocery stores and restaurants, imported fish dominates, and the cuts make that less likely to change.