fish fraud

Rebecca Price, Head of Finance and Professional Services at the Cabinet Office, told Apolitical, 'Companies want really highly
The fishing industry remains an unregulated Wild West. So how can consumers protect themselves against eating tainted or mislabeled fish? As activists led a revolution in dairy that demanded milk without added steroids, it's time we do the same for seafood transparency.
At the moment only the genetic marker that matches up with grouper DNA is available, though more species could follow after
Widespread mislabeling presents a problem for seafood lovers who want to buy wild shrimp instead of farmed because it's more
From 2010 to 2012, Oceana tested more than 1,200 seafood samples to examine fraudulent labeling. After completing DNA analyses, they found that one-third of fish samples were mislabeled.
Americans now eat 50 percent more seafood than they did 50 years ago, according to a new report by Oceana that details the cost of seafood fraud on consumers' wallets.
So are you paying too much for your fish? Read the full report here to learn more. “Swapping a lower cost fish for a higher
As many Americans gear up to kick off their summers -- and perhaps celebrate the upcoming World Oceans Day this Saturday by enjoying some fresh seafood -- the question must be asked: Do you really know what you're eating?
D.C.-based Black Restaurant Group and the Congressional Seafood Co. last week launched The REEL Story, a seafood traceability
Imagine yourself at a restaurant ready to order your favorite dish and being told by your server that there is a one in three chance you will not receive the same item that is on the menu. Would you order it anyway?