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Organic-farmed fish is still a novelty in markets in the United States, Europe and Japan. Nevertheless, demand, especially for organic salmon, is expected to grow rapidly, even without a U.S. standard for organic seafood.Seafood products that meet other countries' organic standards are available in selected U.S. markets, and where they are available, they sell like hotcakes. Experts predict sales

Organic-farmed fish is still a novelty in markets in the United States, Europe and Japan. Nevertheless, demand, especially for organic salmon, is expected to grow rapidly, even without a U.S. standard for organic seafood.

Seafood products that meet other countries' organic standards are available in selected U.S. markets, and where they are available, they sell like hotcakes. Experts predict sales of all organic foods will reach $30.7 billion by 2007, growing by 21.4% annually. Organi

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