Because so much of the end product is hunted down on the open seas and then moves through loosely regulated distribution channels before reaching full-service operators, certain types of seafood have always been tricky to source. Throw in the confusion caused by the multiple market names applied to certain species and shady importers looking to make a quick buck and it gets even trickier. Factor in sustainability issues and it can become downright complex. Unlike other protein products ...

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