A recent case in New York City illustrates why it's important for seafood buyers to stay away from sharks and know the difference between wild and farm-raised fish. In a front-page story, The New York Times pointed a finger at a handful of specialty stores who were selling farm-raised salmon labeled as wild and retailing for premium prices. The case underscored why it's crucial for retailers to be vigilant when purchasing seafood. Retailers must know their suppliers, do background checks ...

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