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Eat more sustainable seafood with Seafood Watch

This free iOS app from the Monterey Bay Aquarium gives you a handy pocket guide to find seafood that is fished or farmed using sustainable methods.

By January 20, 2012

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Seafood Watch app now available for Android

Monterey Bay Aquarium's free mobile app offers recommendations for people concerned about sustainable seafood.

By March 21, 2011

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Steaming deep fryer talks turkey

The Waring Pro TF200 Rotisserie Turkey Fryer/Steamer can deep fry turkey on a spit. The device can also be used as a healthy steamer for veggie or seafood feasts.

By August 10, 2012

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At a seafood restaurant in Sausalito, Calif., they have no shortage of what could be tomorrow's fuel.

At a seafood restaurant in Sausalito, Calif., they have no shortage of what could be tomorrow's fuel.

May 21, 2008

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Green Mile: Biodiesel is on the menu

At a seafood restaurant in Sausalito, Calif., they have no shortage of what could be tomorrow's fuel.

December 19, 2007

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Online grocery marketplace buys partner

iTradeNetwork, an online marketplace used by grocery stores and food distributors for buying perishable foods, has agreed to acquire Provision X, a marketplace launched last spring by five leading meat and poultry producers. The two companies had linked marketplaces in September to allow 1,700 iTradeNetwork customers and Provision X meat suppliers to trade online. The acquisition, announced last week, will add suppliers of beef, pork and poultry to the iTrade marketplace, which had previously focused on produce and seafood suppliers. Provision X was formed in 2000 with $17 million in funding from Gold Kist, Tyson Foods and Excel, a division of Cargill, among others. Analysts said Provision X would likely have required more funding before turning a profit and that finding an acquisition partner may have been a way out of further investment.

By February 11, 2002

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Short Take: Seafood seller adds auctions

Add fresh lobster tails and soft-shell crabs to the list of products you can now get through online auctions. Fulton Street Lobster & Seafood, which has been selling fresh and gourmet seafood through its FultonStreet.com Web site since June 1998, has begun offering a selection of items through auction site uBid. Auction winners pay for the shipping and can expect to receive their seafood within 48 hours.

July 2, 1999

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Commerce One wins Gofish.com deal

Gofish.com, a business-to-business online exchange for the seafood industry, said it chose Commerce One to expand its e-commerce offering to include the buying and selling of non-seafood goods and services. In addition to trading seafood online at the Gofish Seafood Exchange, harvesters, processors, distributors and importers in the seafood industry will be able to purchase a variety of non-seafood items like cleaning supplies, office items and telephone services as well as seafood-related supplies such as nets, breading and batters.

March 1, 2001