SAFE act means traceability

Beth Lowell: “Seafood fraud is cheating consumers, hurting honest fishermen and seafood businesses, putting our health at risk and undermining conservation efforts”

Oceana campaign director Beth Lowell “applauds” the Safety and Fraud Enforcement for Seafood (SAFE Seafood) Act which if passed would help stop seafood fraud by requiring full traceability for all seafood sold in the US.

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