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So, how do restaurants meet the demand for locally sourced crabs without cutting their product with imported meat? And will consumers taste the difference?
- Beth Lowell Senior Director of Illegal Fishing and Seafood Fraud, Oceana; @oceana
- Bonnie Swanson Co-Owner, Crisfield Seafood Restaurant
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