Fish Mislabeling Occurs All Along Supply Chain, Study Reveals

Seafood lovers may be fishing for answers after a study by University of Guelph researchers suggests fish is being mislabeled at more than one point in Canada’s supply chain.

Bob Hanner, an associate professor in the department of integrative biology at the U of G says researchers found mislabeling was compounding at each stage of the supply chain.

“Nearly 20 per cent of the samples being imported into Canada were mislabeled,” said Hanner.

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