EU: Brussels demands extra labeling on fish products
The European Commission has issued a regulation that will require the labels of fish and seafood products to contain more detailed information to better inform consumers and help officials better police the common Fisheries Policy. From 1 January 2002, the commercial name of the species, the area and type of water the fish was caught and whether the product was wild or cultivated will be included on the label.
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