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Commission research arm develops fish identification method to bust fraud

Joint Research Centre unveils novel technique to identify fish species in processed products

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The European Commission’s research arm, the Joint Research Centre (JRC), has developed a new technique to identify which fish species has been used in processed products, such as fish fingers, and stop a common fraud whereby premium cod is replaced by other cheaper white fish.


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