YONKERS, N.Y. — A nagging seafood industry problem returned to the media spotlight recently after three recent, separate investigations by The Boston Globe, Oceana and Consumers Union here revealed that more than one-fifth of seafood sold by retailers and restaurants may be mislabeled, incompletely labeled or misidentified by store or restaurant employees. Consumers Union, the non-profit publisher of Consumer Reports magazine, purchased 190 pieces of seafood at stores and restaurants in New ...

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