Re post: Alaska Salmon Ranching on Monday, April 28, 2014
Just one week on the market and ‘foodies’ are commenting on the taste of ‘Namgis farm-raised salmon (branded as “Kuterra” salmon >): muddy.
“Muddy” is an interesting descriptor because it is the exact same word was used to describe another land-based salmon company, Sweet Spring, when its product was launched on the market a few years ago. Sweet Spring just announced it closure last week.
On March 4 the BC Salmon Farmers published a document pointing to the factual errors in Ms. Alexandra Morton’s latest stunt about oils in salmon. The document encouraged a tweet from @Alaska_Salmon asking that @alexandramorton respond to the errors in her statements:
The tweet got this response:
In an obvious effort deflect and never answer any critical questions, she blames anonymity as the reason why she cannot respond to a document raising significant points about errors and lies in her recent statement.
But, apparently, if the anonymous person is friendly, then she literally does “LIKE” it, and will happily respond:
So Ms. Morton does indeed respond to anonymous dialogue (is that irony or hypocrisy?). And is the fact that “A Sheep No More” is wanting to follow and impress their leader irony? Or is it just damn funny!?