To the best of my knowledge, wild fish caught in the wild cannot be sold as organic in the UK. However, a few supermarkets and many private organic retailers now sell trout and salmon produced on fish farms. A few species of domesticated mussels and mussels may also be more widely available in the future. Do all the fish come out of the sea and eat anything they eat? How can we control that? To the best of my knowledge, wild fish cannot be marketed as organic in the UK. However, a few supermarkets and many private organic retailers now sell trout and salmon produced on fish farms. Several species of domesticated mussels and mussels may also be more widely available in the future. to be a natural product that is believed by the land organization and consumers. However, from an animal welfare perspective, there is some controversy about allowing domestic fish to be labeled as living. Environmental principles require that livestock (including fish) should be able to express their ‘natural’ behavior and be kept as close to natural stock as possible. How can this be if they are kept in cages inland or in fish farms at sea? The real cost of aquaculture Fish farming seems to be an effective solution to the problem of overfishing. However, fish farming is the cause of many problems. In the UK, its salmon is closely related to farming – and its shortcomings. Public demand for cheap food means that domesticated salmon are often stored, for financial reasons, to be very dense, with a large number of dense fish in a very small area. In this case, the fish could easily get sick, and the disease could spread to wild fish. A large number of antibiotics are needed to keep the fish healthy. And confidential research by a UK living organization highlighted the gaps between its principles and accepted standards, reports BBC Newsnight. Can live fish survive? such as water and sea pollution around fish farms. Pets, which eat meat, eat up to three times their body weight in fish diets, which are made by other fish – not the best use of natural resources.
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