Better double-check the identity of any grouper, sole or shrimp your restaurant buys. The wholesale seafood bandits are at it again, with two of them now cooling their heels in a federal penitentiary for selling mislabeled product to customers like you. We last wrote about purposely-mislabeled seafood back in 2006 (“Bait and Switch, Seafood Style") That’s when the St. Petersburg Times bought a number of restaurant items menued as “grouper” and sent them to an animal DNA lab for testing. ...

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