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Avoid the bait and switch of seafood fraud

Avoid the bait and switch of seafood fraud

In September 2016, Oceana, an environmental group, tested 25,000 samples of seafood caught around the globe, and said an average of one out of five samples was mislabeled. The organization reviewed more than 200 published studies from 55 countries, with all but one finding seafood fraud. Fraud was found in every sector of the supply chain.

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