California law aims to cut through ‘sustainable’ chatter,  set standards

California law aims to cut through ‘sustainable’ chatter, set standards

SACRMENTO Calif. A new law in California aims to bring meaning to the phrase “sustainable” when describing seafood, a move that restaurant operators say might help them navigate the complex flood of eco-claims about fish and shellfish.

Signed by California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger in October, the bill charges the state’s Ocean Protection Council with establishing standards for sustainable fishing practices as well as a protocol for the labeling and marketing of

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