6 monthes ago - By Tommy Kane
An enormous seafood scam was recently uncovered. A certain company sold a whopping 398,000 pounds of Chesapeake blue crab mixed with cut-rate crab, which wasn't even the same species, from as far away as Indonesia or Brazil and labeled it as an American product. The retail value of the crab was roughly $14 million. It is difficult to say how widespread this problem is but a recent report found that nearly 40% of crab cakes tested contained imported meat. There is sure a lot of cheap seafood masquerading as higher priced delicacies. Us vegans aren't very affected by this.
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