By Winifred Moses

Fish is an excellent animal food. Many kinds of sea fish that have heretofore not been used are, through the efforts of the United States Bureau of Fisheries, coming into the markets. This is an economic policy, since fish is one animal food in the production of which food that might otherwise be used for human beings is not needed. Facilities for packing and shipping fish have been so improved within the last few years that it is now possible for almost all inland communities to obtain good sea fish. Some kind of fresh water fish is almost always available inland.