To avoid becoming a victim of seafood fraud, former retailer and current director of new business and retail for Boston-based Sousa Seafood Chuck Anderson suggests that buyers develop relationships with suppliers that have a reputation for integrity. Firms that have signed the National Fisheries Institute’s Better Seafood Board pledge are a good place to start, but it’s also important to visit suppliers and ask how they check their incoming fish for correct species. In ...
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