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Betting on Barramundi, the Green-Friendly Fish

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Betting on Barramundi, the Green-Friendly Fish

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Betting on Barramundi, the Green-Friendly Fish

Betting on Barramundi, the Green-Friendly Fish

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Tired of haddock and salmon? Josh Goldman is betting you'll wake up for barramundi. In fact, he's betting big bucks on America's largest inland fish farm, in the hope that consumers will love barramundi, a fish that can be grown with relatively little environmental impact. As Susannah Lee of member station WFCR reports, Goldman says his factory is an environmental success; now it needs to become an economic sensation, as well.

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