Canadian seafood labelling receives ‘F’ grade: environmental group

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Environmental groups are giving Canadian seafood labelling requirements a failing grade and rank the country lower than its American and European counterparts.

The report blames basic lack of details as a key reason for the F grade; basics like the species’ scientific name, and where and how it was caught should be on the label.

The Halifax-based Ecology Action Centre says the lack of uniform regulatory requirements means that not all consumers have access to the information they need to make informed decisions.

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