Fight Seafood Fraud: Have One Name for One Fish
Do you really know what’s on your plate?
The use of ambiguous names for seafood sold in the U.S. prevents consumers from making sustainable choices and can harm your health. You could be eating a critically endangered fish and never know better.
But there’s a solution. Adopting one name for one fish that follows seafood throughout the supply chain has the ability to enhance honest businesses’ bottom lines, protect at-risk species and help consumers make informed decisions.
Tell the President’s Task Force on Seafood Fraud and Illegal, Unregulated and Unreported Fishing to adopt one name for one fish >>