“Waiter, this is not what I ordered,” said my colleague after examining the nicely presented plate of scallops sitting before him. Ironically we were in Boston for the International Boston Seafood Show where seafood fraud was the featured topic of discussion for more breakout sessions than any other single topic. As such, we were not going to be the next victims of seafood fraud. After carefully lifting the plate to eye and nose level, my colleague, a recent graduate of a ...
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