Seafood fraud is rampant in the U.S. according to an extensive two-year scientific study led by the conservation group Oceana, but almost nothing has been done to curb the problem until now. Recognizing the special threats that seafood fraud poses, some states have started taking measures to crack down on fraudulent seafood labeling and selling. According to Oceana, one-third of more than 1,200 seafood samples it collected nationwide and sampled for the study were confirmed through DNA testing to be mislabeled. Samples sold as snapper and tuna accounted for the most fraudulently mislabeled types of seafood. In fact, only seven ... Read More
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