Under Many Aliases, Mislabeled Foods Find Their Way to Dinner Tables

December 17, 2012
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You know that organic red snapper you ordered last week? it may not be organic, and it may not even be red snapper.  This is scary stuff. New studies show you may not be getting what you order.

From The New York Times:

Under Many Aliases, Mislabeled Foods Find Their Way to Dinner Tables

Using genetic testing, an ocean conservation group found that nearly 40 percent of the seafood from 81 grocery stores and restaurants was not what the establishment claimed it was.

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