CONSUMER PROTECTION
Protecting consumers against seafood fraud
About 84 percent of all seafood consumed in the United States is imported from other countries. With about 1,700 fish and shellfish species available in the nationís marketplace, there are a lot of choices for consumers. But, unfortunately, there is a lot of fraud as well. Learn more >>
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