In fact, things here are much, much worse because standards are even lower and corruption higher.
Garbage fish waste – valued at 15 cents per kilo – is converted to processed food “fish” dishes like cheap fish sticks, fish balls, and mixed dishes that have “some” fish in them.
Bottom line advice:
If you can’t see the actual fish fillet on your plate, you might well be eating fish pulp that used to be garbage.
One out of three pre-prepared processed fish dishes are mislabeled.
Believe it or not – credit where credit is due – McDonald’s Fish Fillet is made of 100% certified ocean-caught Alaskan Pollock.