Photo: Chilean Sea Bass: Back in Stores But Still in Trouble



Chilean sea bass, which became a popular fish dish in the U.S. in the 1990s, is being loved to death by overfishing, experts say. A grocery chain with stores on both sides of the Atlantic recently started selling sustainably fished Chilean sea bass, but conservationists worry that this may send the wrong message to consumers.

Photograph by Paul A. Sutherland


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