Best Practices for Addressing Seafood Fraud
All companies in the seafood supply chain play a role in preventing seafood fraud. The Better Seafood Board of the National Fisheries Institute has established industry guidance to help sellers ensure that they are not committing fraud and buyers ensure that they are receiving the product that they intended to purchase.
A panel discussion will provided attendees information outlined in the Best Practices document. Topics will focus on four key areas of seafood fraud: short weights, species substitution, incorrect country of origin, and misleading label claims. Information will be provided on how to access the industry best practice document — a valuable resource for ethical seafood buyers and sellers.