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Scots Say Farmed Salmon Is Ruining Their Environment

Want to help? Stop eating it

Photo: Maarten Wouters/Stone/Getty Images

At gas stations in central European towns known for their goulash, salmon sushi rolls sit in black plastic containers, peering out from under clear covers in refrigerator cases next to blended coffee drinks. Before the salmon made its way to the gas stations, it almost certainly lived in farms situated in the chilly coastal…

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Michael Scaturro

Michael Scaturro

Journalist, Contributor @guardian, formerly @business michaelscaturro.com & twitter.com/MPScaturro

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