5/27/2011

Fish and other seafood sold at restaurants and in grocery stores often doesn'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 U.S. 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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