Fish Fraud: Bait and switch at the grocery store

by Nicola Temple | November 18, 2015

In 2007 a Chicago woman bought some monkfish from an Asian market, cooked it up in a soup, ate it, and shortly thereafter began vomiting. Yet when the Food and Drug Administration investigated the incident, they found that this wasn’t a case of bad monkfish. In fact, it wasn’t monkfish at all.

Read the whole story in the December 2015 issue of The Walrus .

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