Canadians are getting left high and dry with regards to seafood labelling If you think back to the last time you ate fish, would you be able to say for certain what it was and where it came from?  Here in Canada, your chances are pretty unlikely. Canadian regulations on seafood only require labelling that includes the common name and geographic information of where the product was last processed.  Key pieces of information including the scientific name, production method (wild-caught or farmed), and geographic origin that are required elsewhere, like … Continue reading Fish-information?