Caught out? UK supermarkets accused of 'turning blind eye' to unsustainable fish feed

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North Sea cod had its MSC 'blue tick' removed last year to designate stocks are at risk | Credit: gmalandra
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North Sea cod had its MSC 'blue tick' removed last year to designate stocks are at risk | Credit: gmalandra

Investigation indicates UK shoppers may be indirectly and unknowingly consuming wild fish in their farmed fish products

The UK's leading supermarkets are being accused of "turning a blind eye" to environmentally destructive fishing practices linked to the farmed seafood they sell, after a study found consumers may be unknowingly...

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