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Baby bluefin respond eagerly to new feed

Feed One's artificial fodder has potential to make farmed tuna viable

Guests look at tuna sushi at a restaurant outside the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo.

TOKYO -- Achieving a complete farming cycle for Pacific bluefin tuna remains a difficult, costly endeavor. Feed One, a leading Japanese fodder supplier, might be able to help.

It has a new feed for the fry of the favorite sushi ingredient.

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