Order salmon at restaurants? You may not be getting what you pay for…

Photo taken early on December 23, 2014 shows salmon fillets for sale at the Sydney Fish Market in Sydney. The Sydney Fish Markets opened for its annual 36 hour seafood marathon where trading goes non-stop from 5am December 23 to 5pm December 24 in what is the markets' busiest period of trade. AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS (Photo credit should read PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images) PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images

© PETER PARKS/AFP/Getty Images Photo taken early on December 23, 2014 shows salmon fillets for sale at the Sydney Fish Market in Sydney. The Sydney Fish Markets opened for its annual 36 hour seafood marathon where trading goes non-stop…


“Oceana, an environmental group focused on protecting the world’s oceans, analyzed dozens of salmon samples around the country identified as “wild-caught,” a distinction used to differentiate the fish from their farmed, often imported counterparts. The label is generally associated with a higher-quality product that commands a premium.

The group found that 43 percent of the samples it tested were actually mislabeled, and consumers often unwittingly purchased farmed fish.”

-By Nick Visser, The Huffington Post

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