Apparently, in the world of Omega-3 supplementation, squid is the new hotness. A Norwegian company producing "Calamarine" has struck deals to sell to a bunch of US food supplements.

It's a nice example of using every part of the buffalo, since the parts they're processing into oil are usually discarded in the process of turning squid into calamari.

But a lot of the enthusiasm seems to be based around the idea that squid fisheries are somehow intrinsically sustainable, which I've expressed some doubt about before. Sure, many squid fisheries are doing better than many tuna fisheries, but that's a pretty low bar.