Scientists: DNA testing reveals rampant seafood mislabeling

05/26/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Fish and other seafood sold at restaurants and grocers often don't match what's on the label, and the rate of mislabeling reaches about 70% among some species, according to a report from the nonprofit Oceana. Researchers pushing for greater oversight and more spot checks by the Food and Drug Administration say DNA bar-code testing offers a quick and accurate way to learn the true makeup of a fish dish.

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