For those of you who offer sushi, watch out. A team of researchers from the American Museum of Natural History and Columbia University has been keeping on eye on you, and they don’t like what they’ve been seeing. The research team checked out 31 sushi restaurants and tested many of the fish they bought there. At least half the restaurants either misrepresented the fish they were serving or couldn’t be clear about the species on the plate. In several cases, an order of tuna turned out to ...
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