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An upscale restaurant in the San Francisco Bay area, California, United States, was fined USD 120,000 (EUR 112,523) for allegedly serving customers tilapia when they ordered petrale sole.

The Santa Clara County Department of Environmental Health, Consumer Protection Division, investigated the case and found that the restaurant, run by Michelin-starred chef Salvatore Calisi substituted tilapia for sole between October, 2014and March 2016.

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The partnership between Nomad Foods-owned Findus and renowned chef Jamie Oliver, which began in 2012, has introduced its frozen fish and seafood product lined in North America.

Oliver and Findus jointly created the suite of products that have proved successful in the United Kingdom, including fish fillet fingers, made with Alaskan pollock fillets, as well as a variety of fishcakes. The products focus on convenience, freshness and sound sustainable ethics, according to Oliver.

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Major United States food distributor US Foods has acquired All American Foods, a broadline distributor of seafood and other foods with annual sales of USD 60 million (EUR 56.6 million).

Rosemont, Illinois-based US Foods also reported higher net income and profits for fiscal year 2016, but realized a 4.3-percent drop in fourth-quarter sales. The company distributes food to more than 250,000 foodservice customers.

North Kingstown, Rhode Island-based All American Foods supplies fresh, frozen and...

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The power of social media as a marketing tool is helping one of China’s largest seafood restaurant chains to recruit customers in regional cities, where it’s opening buffet seafood outlets.

In an illustration of the power of social media, Suzhou ShenHai Ba Bai Mi Food & Beverage Management Co., offered customers discounts and free meals over a three-day period to promote its new restaurant at the Tianfa Mall in Tianchang, a city in Anhui province.

Customers who post four to nine photos as...

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Walmart is streamlining how products – including seafood – appear online, in order to give the retail giant the ability to add more products to

Walmart Stores, which operates nearly 11,600 stores globally, including Sam’s Club and Neighborhood Markets, is reorganizing its process of how it gets in-store items to appear online. Now, if an item is available for sale in the store, it will also be approved for the online assortment.

The changes will allow Walmart’s in-store buyers to...

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