According to Mother Nature Network, a new report shows that U.S. seafood is widely mislabeled.
the conservation nonprofit group Oceana collected 449 seafood samples from more than 250 locations across 24 states and the District of Columbia, finding that one in every five fish — or about 20 percent — was mislabeled.
The highest rates of fraud were found in sea bass, which was falsely labeled in 55 percent of samples, and red snapper, which was mislabeled 42 percent of the time.
Some of this may be inadvertent, due to confusion or ignorance, but the nature of the mislabeling also suggests much of it is no accident.
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