Something ‘fishy’ going on at LA sushi restaurants: study

Something 'fishy' going on at LA sushi restaurants: study Los Angeles (AFP) – Next time you order halibut, red snapper or yellowfin tuna at a sushi restaurant in the Los Angeles area, you may want to ask for proof of what’s on your plate. According to a four-year study published on Wednesday by researchers at

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Fish Fraud: Half the Sushi Served in LA is Mislabeled, Study Finds

Chances are good the halibut you ordered is anything but halibut, according to a study on sushi fraud in LA area. By Paige Austin (Patch Staff) – January 11, 2017 6:43 pm ET. Fish Fraud: Half the Sushi Served in LA is Mislabeled, Study Finds. LOS

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Sushi in Los Angeles mislabeled 47 percent of the time, UCLA study finds

Did you order the halibut or red snapper on your sushi? According to a study by UCLA and Loyola Marymount University, you probably won’t get what you ordered because Los Angeles sushi restaurants sell mislabeled fish 47 percent of the time. The study …

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Study: Nearly Half Of Sushi Served At 26 LA-Area Restaurants Mislabeled

Researchers said DNA tests showed the 43 orders of halibut and 32 orders of red snapper served to them were some other type of fish. Ninety percent of the halibut orders were actually flounder. Forty percent of the orders were species of flounder that

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Almost Half of the Sushi in LA May Be Mislabeled

Seafood fraud is rampant around the world, and that’s translating to a great deal of false advertising at sushi restaurants in Los Angeles. A new study from UCLA and Loyola Marymount University finds that 47 percent of LA sushi is mislabeled

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4-year study finds most sushi mislabeled

A four-year study found that almost half the sushi in 26 Los Angeles restaurants — including all the halibut and red snapper — was mislabeled. Photo by Signe Karin, courtesy of Flickr. Sushi restaurants in Los Angeles served mislabeled seafood almost

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