Netting a more local seafood flavor?

CATCHING ON: Richard A. Cook, owner and operator of The Local Catch in Narragansett, sells seafood at seven farmers markets in Rhode Island. He is certain the demand is there to support local sales. /
CATCHING ON: Richard A. Cook, owner and operator of The Local Catch in Narragansett, sells seafood at seven farmers markets in Rhode Island. He is certain the demand is there to support local sales. /
Despite living in a state that lands seafood worth more than $900 million per year, Rhode Island consumers don’t see a lot of the local catch on their dinner plates. And one state senator wants to change that. Sen. V. Susan Sosnowski, D-New Shoreham, sponsored legislation signed into law by Gov. Lincoln D. Chafee to…

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