as sales start in Canada
Canadian customers have purchased the first 4.5 tons of genetically engineered salmon fillets, a product more than a quarter-century in the making, that the fishing industry in Alaska will have to get used to.
The fish grown at a plant in Panama are not an immediate economic threat to the salmon industry in Alaska, but you wouldn't know it from the exaggerated rhetoric their creation has spawned.
As the state celebrates "Alaska Wild Salmon Day" for the second time Thursday, here is a look at a new fledgling entry among..............................
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