Faux Sushi May Stop Tuna From Becoming Extinct

Faux Sushi May Stop Tuna From Becoming Extinct

Starchy jelly will soon be replacing real fish meat on the restaurant conveyer belt.

Serena Chu
  • 13 november 2013

Just to give you an idea of its rarity, a 489 pound bluefin tuna was sold at a fish auction for $1.76 million (averaging $3,600 per pound) in Tokyo. The delicate balance of the food chain is constantly being threatened by fishermen in seek of the highest quality of fish. Countries like Japan, where their main food source comes from the ocean, have single handedly depleted the ocean of its marine life.

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