Agriculture, Food and Beverage

A seafood fraud investigation DNA tested fish sold in the US. Here’s what they found

A cook prepares fish during a fish festival at the Esplanade of Ministries in Brasilia, Brazil August 7, 2019

The most commonly mislabelled species were sea bass (55%) and snapper (42%). Image: REUTERS/Adriano Machado

Douglas Broom
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Sea Bass and Snapper Most Commonly Mislabeled
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