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Who can we trust in selecting our seafood?

Trust. It’s a funny thing. Consumers have tried to place their trust in many different authorities - from retailers, to food companies, to government “pyramids”, to medical agencies. They then find out that natural is not organic, cage-free is not pasture-raised, grass-fed may not be grass-finished and that their white tuna sushi is most often stomach wrenching escolar and Red Lobster’s lobster bisque…contains no lobster. More folks are concerned with their health, their kids’ health, their parents’ health and so are self-determining and directing the products and the food selections they are going to pursue.

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Is Your Seafood the Real Deal?

On July 10th the New York Post covered Larry Olmsted’s new book entitled Real Food, Fake Food.

Mr. Olmsted documents just how much of the food we eat every day is not what it seems. Turns out it is quite a lot.

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