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New Traceability Rule Doesn’t Go Far Enough to Stop Seafood Fraud in US


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New Traceability Rule Doesn’t Go Far Enough to Stop Seafood Fraud in US

WASHINGTON - Today, Oceana released a new report revealing shortfalls in the Obama administration’s proposed traceability rule to address seafood fraud in the United States. The report analyzes scientific studies, government documents and news reports since 2001 that identify examples of seafood fraud (species substitution and mislabeling) and highlights how the proposed rule falls short in fighting seafood fraud within the U.S.

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