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A little perch on the prairie
Indiana farm helps satisfy the world's growing appetite for seafood
Chicago Tribune - Chicago, Ill.
Subjects: Aquaculture; Restaurants; Fish
Author: Daley, Bill
Date: Mar 18, 2009
Start Page: 4
Section: Good Eating
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Less than 4 years old, Bell Aquaculture is marking 2009 with two milestones: the first introduction of its frozen perch fillets into the market, and the January opening of a 28,000-square-foot corporate headquarters and processing plant in nearby Redkey. "There's a whole variety of entrepreneurial activity," said Michael Rubino, aquaculture program manager for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration based in Silver Spring, Md. He noted that some of these ventures are located on the coasts, others farther out to sea and some, like Bell Aquaculture or the Desert Sweet Shrimp company in Gila Bend, Ariz., are cropping up far inland.

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