Sushi bars lead on mislabeled fish in Chicago, study says

02/21/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Thirty of 93 fish samples bought at restaurants and retail stores in Chicago were mislabeled, according to a study by conservancy group Oceana, with sushi bars getting it wrong 63% of the time. Fish marked red snapper and yellowtail were almost always mislabeled, while salmon, halibut and grouper were correctly labeled 100% of the time.

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