The changing tide of Chile’s salmon farming | FT Food Revolution

Financial Times published this video item, entitled “The changing tide of Chile’s salmon farming | FT Food Revolution” – below is their description.

Salmon aquaculture is the fastest-growing food production system in the world, expecting to reach 4.9 million tons by 2025. A huge undertaking to make Chile’s salmon industry environmentally friendly marks an important leap forward in the world’s attempt to feed its growing population with a sustainable food supply.

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