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KQED's "Bay Curious" Podcast: Why Isn't Local Seafood a Bigger Deal in the Bay Area?

patsully | Aug 6, 201909:29 AM     1

I have to admit that when I moved to San Francisco I expected to find far more small, seafood-centric restaurants outside of higher end restaurants. The linked KQED podcast breaks down the economic influences on the seafood market and California's price sensitivity when compared to the Pacific Northwest. Very much enjoyed.

Why Isn't Local Seafood a Bigger Deal in the Bay Area?

With the Pacific Ocean right in our backyard, why isn't it easier to find local, wild-caught seafood in the Bay Area?

www.kqed.org
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