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One in four British children think haddock is a soccer player

Nearly a quarter of British children don’t know that haddock is a fish, thinking instead that it is the name of a soccer player. This misconception is almost laughable until one realizes that we are talking about the potential seafood consumers of tomorrow. Unfortunately the misconceptions don’t stop there. In a survey carried out by the...
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Times apologizes to New Zealand hoki fishery

20 September, 2009 The New York Times on Monday apologized to the New Zealand Seafood Industry Council for a 9 September story that painted the country’s hoki fishery in a negative light. In a letter to Times Science Editor Laura Chang, the council said “From Deep Pacific, Ugly and Tasty, With a Catch,” written by William Broad,...
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