WASHINGTON — Oceana, a non-profit, international advocacy group focused on protecting the world’s oceans, has launched a campaign to “Stop Seafood Fraud.” During a press briefing at the National Press Club in Washington this week, experts explained how mislabeling fish and falsifying documents continues to threaten some species and defraud retailers, restaurants and consumers. “Seafood fraud puts consumers and restaurants trying to make honest, ...

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