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Topic - Ben Landry
"Omega Protein is very committed to maintaining a stable menhaden population. That's where our product comes from, and we follow the best available government regulations," Mr. Landry said. "The key contention of the book is that menhaden is being overfished, but all government scientists will repeatedly contend that menhaden are not overfished."
Ben Landry, deputy director of governmental affairs for Omega Protein, said the company is not overfishing and is committed to maintaining a stable menhaden population.