Protect Your Family From Illegal and Unsafe Seafood
Speak out against seafood fraud
You try to feed your family healthy and sustainable seafood. But what if you can't trust the seafood you buy?
Recent studies have found that seafood may be mislabeled as often as 25 to 70 percent of the time - which means you could be feeding your family illegal, unsustainable fish.
This could be the case when you order cod, wild salmon, tuna, mahi mahi, halibut, swordfish, grouper, sea bass, haddock, red snapper and many other kinds of fish.
Eating seafood should be a healthy and smart choice for your family and you should be able to track your fish from ocean to plate. But until the FDA makes combating seafood fraud a priority, we won’t really know what we’re eating - and that’s unacceptable.
Tell the FDA that our seafood needs to be safe, legal, and honestly labeled.