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Seafood Fraud: Study Finds 31% Mislabeled In South Florida

July 25, 2012 by

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A recent study by international ocean advocacy group Oceana revealed that nearly a third of the seafood being sold in South Florida is mislabeled. The study targeted red and yellowtail snapper, grouper, wild salmon, yellowtail and white tuna, as these are fish regionally significant to Florida, and also because they’ve had a history of being […]

Sushi Mislabeling In California Is A Problem On The Rise: Whatever Fish You Think You’re Eating, You’re Probably Wrong

May 4, 2012 by

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   Before the next trip to your local supermarket’s seafood counter, you may want to consider where the store’s fish came from. Greenpeace released its 2012 Carting Away the Oceans report this week, ranking U.S. supermarket chains based on their seafood policies. Receiving a score between zero and 10, retailers are evaluated on “the sale […]

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