Consumer Reports finds 22% of seafood is mislabeled

10/28/2011 | USA Today

A Consumer Reports study found that 22% of seafood it tested at groceries, restaurants, fish markets and other retailers were mislabeled or incorrectly identified by employees. The findings, which could have health implications for people with food allergies or dietary restrictions, showed that only Chilean sea bass, coho salmon and bluefin and ahi tuna were always correctly identified of the 14 types of fish purchased.

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