• AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

    4 monthes ago - By Times Union

    MONTAUK, New York - Even after winter storms left East Coast harbors thick with ice, some of the country's top chefs and trendy restaurants were offering sushi-grade tuna supposedly pulled in fresh off the coast of New York.
    But it was just an illusion. No tuna was landing there. The fish had long since migrated to warmer waters.
    In a global industry plagued by fraud and deceit, conscientious consumers are increasingly paying top dollar for what they believe is local, sustainably caught seafood. But even in this fast-growing niche market, companies can hide behind murky supply chains that...
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  • AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

    4 monthes ago - By National Post

    MONTAUK, N.Y. - Caterers in Washington tweeted a photo of maroon sashimi appetizers served to 700 guests attending the governor's inaugural ball last year. They were told the tuna was from Montauk.
    But it was an illusion. It was the dead of winter and no yellowfin had been landed in the New York town.
    An Associated Press investigation traced the supply chain of national distributor Sea To Table to other parts of the world, where fishermen described working under slave-like conditions with little regard for marine life.
    In a global seafood industry plagued by deceit, conscientious consumers...
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  • AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

    4 monthes ago - By ABC News

    An AP investigation finds that a seafood company promising wild-caught domestic fish traceable to a dock was selling a fishy tale. Company CEO denied misleading customers but said he was making some changes to clarify communication.
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  • AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

    AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

    4 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times

    MONTAUK, New York - Caterers in Washington tweeted a photo of maroon sashimi appetizers served to 700 guests attending the governor's inaugural ball last year. They were told the tuna was from Montauk. But it was an illusion. It was the dead of winter and no yellowfin had been landed in the New York...
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  • AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

    4 monthes ago - By National Post

    MONTAUK, N.Y. - Even after winter storms left East Coast harbours thick with ice, some of the country's top chefs and trendy restaurants were offering sushi-grade tuna supposedly pulled in fresh off the coast of New York.
    But it was just an illusion. No tuna was landing there. The fish had long since migrated to warmer waters.
    In a global industry plagued by fraud and deceit, conscientious consumers are increasingly paying top dollar for what they believe is local, sustainably caught seafood. But even in this fast-growing niche market, companies can hide behind murky supply chains that...
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  • AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

    AP Investigation: Sustainable seafood dealer sold fishy tale

    4 monthes ago - By The Seattle Times

    MONTAUK, New York - An Associated Press investigation finds that a leading sustainable seafood distributor who promised wild-caught, domestic fish traceable back to a dock has been duping chefs across the U.S. Reporters traced the supply chain of New York-based Sea To Table to migrant fishermen in foreign waters who described labor abuses, poaching...
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