Another investigation has detailed the common practice of fish fraud in the United States. This time it’s New York State Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood’s office who’s out with a report titled ““Fishy Business: Seafood Fraud and Mislabeling in New York State Supermarkets.”

Since Oceana, the global environmental group, found
Continue Reading Study finds fish fraud is common in New York State: AG warns supermarket chains

The National Fisheries Institute (NFI) is calling into question both the findings and motives of the latest fish fraud study by Oceana, a global environmental group. The action marks a break between the two groups since they previously were largely in sync with one another over the worldwide problem of
Continue Reading Oceana going overboard on fish fraud, according to seafood industry group

Seafood safety, legal fishing, and proper labeling of fish might all benefit from presidential task force recommendations now open to public comments. Scheduled for publication on Dec. 18 in the Federal Register, the “Recommendations of the Presidential Task Force on Combating Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing and Seafood Fraud” cover
Continue Reading Recipe for Better Seafood Safety Opened to Public Comments

Oceana, the oceans conservation group that’s earned a reputation for sniffing out fish fraud, is out with a new study on how consumers are even being fooled by America’s favorite seafood — shrimp purchased at restaurants and grocery stores. In the only known U.S. study using DNA testing on retail
Continue Reading Report: Bait-and-Switch Tactics Found in One-Third of U.S. Shrimp Sales