Although most food sectors have experienced some amount of upheaval and adjustment with the advent of the organic and sustainability movements, a lot of misinformation and confusion remains among consumers in the seafood isle. Even the “gold standard of wild-caught” can mean different things depending on where it was caught, and over-fishing remains a problem worldwide despite some recent efforts to set limits. In the clip below, Mazarakis outlines some of the issues facing the seafood category.

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