It's seafood – but there's no "sea" required
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It's seafood - but there's no 'sea' required

Seafood has become the United States' second-largest trade deficit.

But researchers in West Virginia believe Americans can end their country's dependence on foreign fish – and cut down the carbon footprint of eating seafood – with "recirculating aquaculture systems".

Video by Colleen Hagerty

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