Wild salmon by any other name misses point of labeling fish

Posted: Monday, May 19, 2003

"Wild" and "organic" are simple, commonly understood terms that enable shoppers to easily distinguish Alaska's ocean-caught and fed salmon from pen-raised and fed, artificially colored salmon when shopping for seafood.

If a cat has her kittens in the oven, does that make them biscuits? Wild and organic are as wild and organic do.

John Nelson, Soldotna



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