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Something is fishy in the seafood menus of many Florida restaurants, a wave of false labeling charges suggests.
In 2010, 186 restaurants were cited by state authorities for mislabeling their fish, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Sunday.
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Making fish off limits or out of reach for consumers will drive demand higher, someone is going to try to fill that gap.
April 05, 2011 at 08:26 AM
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