Comparing nutritional values of wild and farmed whitefish

Jesse Trushenski, Ph.D. Tim DeKoster

Both are crucial to meet current and future demand for seafood and omega-3 fatty acids Wild or farmed? When it comes to their nutritional value, they are comparable. Photo by Darryl Jory. Seafood has been called, “the last wild food.” Indeed, the aquaculture industry is unique among animal agriculture industries in that there is a near-equal…

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  • Jesse Trushenski, Ph.D.

    Jesse Trushenski, Ph.D.

    Eagle Fish Health Laboratory
    Idaho Department of Fish and Game
    1800 Trout Road
    Eagle, ID, USA 83616 USA


  • Tim DeKoster

    Tim DeKoster

    Center for Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Aquatic Sciences
    Southern Illinois University Carbondale
    1125 Lincoln Drive Room 251
    Carbondale, IL, USA 62901