BOSTON — Seafood mislabeling is something the industry and government take very seriously and steps must be taken to stop it, panelists at the International Boston Seafood Show last week stressed in multiple educational seminars. Price Chopper Supermarkets’ decision to DNA test its seafood last year was a focus of the panel “Combating Seafood Substitution and Mislabeling: Facts, Fictions and Initiatives.” “Our purpose in commissioning a course of ...
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