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Fishy fakes common in stores, restaurants

Fishy fakes common in stores, restaurants

11:20 PM, Feb. 20, 2013
Red snapper are among the pricey species of fish that unscrupulous operators may replace with mislabeled, cheaper fish.
Red snapper are among the pricey species of fish that unscrupulous operators may replace with mislabeled, cheaper fish.
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Fish fraud is off the scale, a new study shows.

A fillet of rare red snapper could really be cheap tilapia. A pricey wild-caught salmon steak from Alaska could be farmed Atlantic salmon from Chile.

Those are some of the substitutions found during a two-year investigation of seafood by the world's largest ocean conservation group. One-third of the fish purchased in restaurants, supermarkets and sushi counters was mislabeled, the non-profit group Oceana said in a report out today. ...

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