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Mislabeling Salmon

A three-year study at the University of Washington Tacoma found that 38 percent of salmon samples from area restaurants were mislabeled. Most commonly, salmon advertised as, say, wild-caught or Pacific was really a less expensive variety. In other words, "Just because the menu says the fish you’re eating is wild-caught king salmon doesn’t necessarily make it so, even here in the heart of salmon country." [News Tribune]

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