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Pescatarians are right – why I say eating fish is more ethical than eating meat

By Martin Cohen, Visiting Research Fellow in Philosophy, University of Hertfordshire
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Forget veggie burgers, fake bacon and cheese made from oats. For vegans at least, plant-based alternatives to meat and dairy products have long since gone mainstream. Alt-fish – food made from plants that mimics the taste and texture of fish, or real fish tissue grown from stem cells – is the next big thing.

As a researcher in applied…

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