Community-Supported Fisheries Seek Growth Without Throwing Their Brands Overboard

  • Natasja Sheriff
  • February 2, 2016

Community-supported fisheries are becoming a hit with finicky foodies and green consumers that like to be able to trace their seafood back to the dock, and sometimes the boat that it came from.

The idea has been that payment from consumers at the start of the season provides participating fishers upfront capital and a fair price for their catch in return for a steady supply of fresh, sustainable seafood. The only losers have been the brokers and middlemen that long controlled the seafood supply chain.

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