Is Something Fishy in the Seafood Aisle?

Cicero, Karen
July 2013
Health (Time Inc.);Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p129
The article discusses several strategic steps to avoid scams where mislabeled fish are served by stores and restaurant. It highlights the views of Kimberly Warner, a senior scientist at Oceana, an ocean conservation group in Washington, D.C., who outlines tips such as buying fish directly at a farmers market or pier, engage with programs wherein restaurants offer information on the source of seafood, and buying canned fish. It also presents a quiz concerning seafood and fish.


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