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ThisFish to host panel on traceability at Connect Show in Vancouver, Oct. 27

ThisFish to host panel on traceability at Connect Show in Vancouver, Oct. 27

Do you think you know what kind of seafood is offered on your menu? Think again. Research has shown that anywhere from 25–75 percent of fish bought in the marketplace is mislabeled. Popular choices sold under names like red snapper, wild salmon and Atlantic cod are often actually cheaper and more readily available species.

ThisFish will be hosting this exclusive education session and panel discussion at the 2013 Connect Show on Oct. 27th in Vancouver. The BC Foodservice Expo and BC Hospitality Industry Expo have merged to form the Connect Show. Join thousands of food, drink, and lodging decision makers for what will be British Columbia’s biggest and most exciting hospitality event!

Hosted by ThisFish, this panel discussion entitled "Ocean to Plate: How Seafood Traceability Can Transform the Dining Experience" will look at how to spot misinformation and mislabeling in the marketplace. Participants will learn about seafood traceability, and find out how their restaurant can find the best quality products available.

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