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Sheila

Nice article, chef, and a good start for Marriott. But Marriott would do well to team its FutureFish program work with a non-profit group that can help you as you work to make sound, science based decisions about your seafood purchasing. If our current global seafood supply system (fisheries, farms, distributors, suppliers, etc) has been part of creating the issues that our oceans are facing, how likely is it that that same system -- still motivated by profit -- will find a way to honestly access their own sustainability and conserve the resource that is so easily exploited for increased profit? Marriott needs to ask those tough questions and then team up with scientists who can advise you on your purchasing. Marriott has a great opportunity to use your high volume buying power to make a difference. Join the movement of businesses doing the right thing -- now is the time.

Amy

Great post! I’m looking to make some changes in my own eating habits and learning to cook, so I appreciate your insight a lot! Thank you. I recently stumbled upon this blog like I did yours and I thought your readers may appreciate it: http://burisonthecouch.wordpress.com/2010/11/04/food-for-thought/

I’ve started to look for their stuff more regularly and I think I’m going to add your blog to my list as well. Thanks for the post!

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Marriott has a great opportunity to use your high volume buying power to make a difference. Join the movement of businesses doing the right thing now is the time.land on the other side of the ocean was real.

writer jobs

Marriott has a great opportunity to use your high volume buying power to make a difference. Join the movement of businesses doing the right thing now is the time.land on the other side of the ocean was real.

writer jobs

Nice article, chef, and a good start for Marriott. But Marriott would do well to team its FutureFish program work with a non-profit group that can help you as you work to make sound, science based decisions about your seafood purchasing. If our current global seafood supply system (fisheries, farms, distributors, suppliers, etc) has been part of creating the issues that our oceans are facing, how likely is it that that same system -- still motivated by profit -- will find a way to honestly access their own sustainability and conserve the resource that is so easily exploited for increased profit? Marriott needs to ask those tough questions and then team up with scientists who can advise you on your purchasing. Marriott has a great opportunity to use your high volume buying power to make a difference. Join the movement of businesses doing the right thing -- now is the time.

writer jobs

Nice article, chef, and a good start for Marriott. But Marriott would do well to team its FutureFish program work with a non-profit group that can help you as you work to make sound, science based decisions about your seafood purchasing. If our current global seafood supply system (fisheries, farms, distributors, suppliers, etc) has been part of creating the issues that our oceans are facing, how likely is it that that same system -- still motivated by profit -- will find a way to honestly access their own sustainability and conserve the resource that is so easily exploited for increased profit? Marriott needs to ask those tough questions and then team up with scientists who can advise you on your purchasing. Marriott has a great opportunity to use your high volume buying power to make a difference. Join the movement of businesses doing the right thing -- now is the time.

Posted by: Sheila | Sunday, November 07, 2010 at 04:40 PM
Amy

Great post! I’m looking to make some changes in my own eating habits and learning to cook, so I appreciate your insight a lot! Thank you. I recently stumbled upon this blog like I did yours and I thought your readers may appreciate it: http://burisonthecouch.wordpress.com/2010/11/04/food-for-thought/

I’ve started to look for their stuff more regularly and I think I’m going to add your blog to my list as well. Thanks for the post!

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