Friday, July 12, 2013

Seafood Fraud: What's Really On Your Dish?

We don't want to spoil your fish dinner but we have alarming news for you: Around half of the fish and other seafood you eat may not be what it says on the label or the market stall.

Research a couple of years back by the Boston Globe showed that 48% of the fish bought at restaurants, grocery stores and markets was mislabeled as a more expensive type.

And there's no reason to think the situation has changed or that it's confined to the state of Massachusetts.

Click here to read the full article. 

©Copyright Audri and Jim Lanford. All rights reserved.
Reprinted with permission.
Subscribe free to Internet Scambusters at

No comments:

Post a Comment