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Think You Know What Seafood You’re Buying and Eating?  – Chances Are You’re Being Fooled

This review not only demonstrates the global scope of seafood fraud, but also brings up a number of serious concerns that illustrate the need for prompt and decisive action to combat these illegal activities. The examples below represent just a sampling of many ongoing practices that threaten consumer health, hurt consumers’ wallets, cheat honest fishermen and seafood businesses, and contribute to the depletion of ocean resources.

Source: global_fraud_report_final_low-res.pdf

Oceana’s report on seafood fraud. Read it unless you want to continue to plod along in blissful ignorance but do so at your own risk.


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