One startup's solution to a global seafood crisis: Farm-raise fish - but out on the open seas.
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The oceans are becoming overfished, and fish raised in shallow coastal farms soak up pollutants. One startup's
solution to the supply crisis
: Farm fish out in the deep open seas.
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