Food fraud is rampant: five commonly faked foods

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Mercury-laden tilefish passed off as red snapper, “100 per cent Parmesan” cut with wood pulp, fast food lobster rolls seriously lacking in lobster. As journalist Larry Olmsted suggests in his new book, Real Food/Fake Food (Algonquin Books, 2016), food fraud is rampant. When it comes to many commonplace items, what you think you’re buying is simply not what you’re getting.

Read the full article at The Toronto Sun.