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Catfish Institute launches new smartphone app

three catfish_rgbJACKSON — The Catfish Institute has launched a new smartphone app that allows catfish lovers to explore recipes, watch cooking videos and learn more about the U.S. farm-raised catfish industry.

The app is free.

It can be found by searching “U.S. catfish” in either the Apple App Store or on Google Play for Android devices.


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