A recent study by Oceana, an ocean conservation group, found that seafood is least likely to be mislabeled in grocery stores as compared to other venues. The group found 18% of supermarket fish samples were mislabeled, compared to 38% at restaurants overall and 74% at sushi restaurants. There are many factors keeping retailers honest, according to Chuck Anderson, a former retailer and current director of retail sales at Pier Fish. First, supermarkets tend to purchase seafood directly ...
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