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Food Fraud

plastic_sushi.jpgMislabeled foods sold in restaurants is becoming a massive problem, a report filed by the New York Times reveals. These deceptive menus advertise one thing, but deliver another, oftentimes a less expensive, lower quality ingredient. Tom Colicchio weighs in on the misleading misnomers: "This has been going on for as long as I've been cooking. When you start really getting into this stuff, there's so many things people mislabel." [NYT]

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