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Turning up heat on lionfish – News – Jamaica Gleaner

National Lion Fish Project lead Dr Dayne Buddo (left) demonstrates how to properly prepare the lionfish for consumption to Scotiabank CEO Bruce Bowen (centre) and Pro Vice-Chancellor and Principal, University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona Campus, Professor Gordon Shirley. The occasion was the launch of the Scotiabank Group's 'Scotia Goes Green On Lion Fish: Let's Eat Them to Beat Them' campaign. Check today's Food section for some delicious recipes to eliminate these critters. - JIS

The Scotia Group has partnered with the Centre for Marine Sciences at the University of the West Indies, Mona, Rainforest Seafoods, the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA), and the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries to turn the tables on the lionfish which has been wreaking havoc on Jamaica’s fish stock.

Scotia Goes Green On Lionfish, a partnership with the Centre for Marine Sciences, was officially launched last Thursday to convince householders, restaurateurs, hoteliers and everyone else to ‘Eat Them To Beat Them’.

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