USA: Catfish farmers launch ad campaign to slam mislabeled import scam
The Catfish Farmers of America (CFA) is upping the stakes in its battle against mislabeled basa fish imports from Vietnam, with a full-page advert in the current issue of Roll Call . The ad is unequivocal in its claims that the inferior quality basa fish is being deceptively labeled "catfish" by fish importers, confusing consumers and caterers alike: "Something's Fishy. It's called FRAUD."
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