Food Discussion : How Seafood Fraud Tricks Consumers Into Buying Lower Quality Salmon

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    How Seafood Fraud Tricks Consumers Into Buying Lower Quality Salmon


    ... Oceana, a nonprofit seafood conservation group, did a study back in 2015 and found that 43 percent of the salmon they tested was actually mislabeled.
    Most of that salmon fraud ― we’re talking 69 percent of it ― mislabeled farmed salmon as being wild-caught salmon, which is typically more revered, that means you could be paying for a wild-caught Pacific salmon filet, when in fact you’re getting Atlantic farmed salmon.

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/seafood-fraud-tricks-consumers-buying-100117112.html

    How Seafood Fraud Tricks Consumers Into Buying Lower Quality Salmon

    When it comes to fish, you aren’t always getting what you ask for.
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