Fraud is becoming widespread in the seafood importing industry, sources say, and in an effort to stem problems ranging from short-weighting and species substitution to illegal product transshipment, the National Fisheries Institute here will launch an Economic Integrity Initiative in the coming weeks. These problems, sources told SN, have grown as the priorities of federal agencies such as the U.S. Customs Service and the Food and Drug Administration have shifted toward more pressing ...

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