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Seafood is largely accepted based on how it is labeled or listed on a menu. This is true for seafood wholesalers, distributors as well as retailers. The financial incentive for unethical practices is huge but measures can be adopted by processors, wholesalers, and retailers to protect product identity and integrity. Join EAS Independent Consultant, and former head of NOAA Fisheries, Tim Hansen, for a discussion on various types of fraudulent activity in the seafood industry including where and why fraud can occur in the supply chain. He’ll discuss how seafood operators, buyers, and consumers can protect themselves as well as regulatory issues and possibly short, medium and long-term solutions.

Join Tim on December 5, 2018, at 1:00 pm Eastern for his discussion. Reserve your seat today!

Posted in EAS in Action, EASeNews, Foods.