Since Oceana’s Stop Seafood Fraud campaign began in May 2011, the organization has tested seafood in grocery stores, sushi restaurants, and other restaurants in an effort to bring attention to mislabeled seafood. Their most recent stop in South Florida found 31% of seafood mislabeled in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area.
Eating sustainably can be tricky when you’re eating out, and sushi is no exception. Here are some tips to make your sushi restaurant experience pleasant and sustainable!
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