Tuna is a staple for many Americans. But unlike most other everyday ingredients, some tuna is on the verge of extinction -- yes, we said extinction -- and tuna fishing is plagued with stories of human trafficking.
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Wine and lemon juice make this a sparkling, slightly tart dish; the vegetables add their own sweetness and aroma
There are several species of bluefin tuna, and all of the world's populations have declined dramatically in recent decades.
Seeing the industry changing and the big canneries moving out or closing, Warrenton fisherman Norman Kujala adapted by building his own cannery on the banks of the Skipanon River in 1978.
You care about your fruits, vegetables and meats. But what about that can of tuna you're buying?
Here are a list of facts that might make you think ...
The worldwide fishing capacity is five times more than the legal amount of fish available. We need to accept that a wild-caught fish has become a rare food product.
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