Posted by Jason Sheehan on February 22nd, 2013
Okay, so the graphic isn’t entirely fair (comparing the entire state of Pennsylvania to the city of Atlanta or the South Florida region is a little weird), but the underlying point of this Washington Post story on fish fraud is still valid: A lot of the time, when you think you’re buying a nice piece of tuna or snapper, you’re actually buying Peruvian bottom-feeding suckfish. Or something. And this is more likely to happen in Pennsylvania than anywhere else(ish).
Check out the full story below.
Fish Fraud Map [Washington Post]
One Third Of Seafood Mislabeled, Study Finds [Washington Post]