Full transparency urged for EU seafood

EU fish

Consumers lack details on processed and imported fish, including what species they are eating, says Oceana

Ocean conservation advocacy organisation Oceana has called on the European Union to require full transparency for all seafood sold on the market, including processed and imported products. It wants consumers to be able to know what species of fish they are buying, if they come from overfished stocks, and where, how, and when they were caught.

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