Sainsbury's apologizes again for mislabeling

Sainsbury's has made a second apology for an error in the labeling of some of its Scottish salmon products.

The packaging said the smoked fish was sourced from seawater farms at locations around Skye, Lewis and Uist.

However, the salmon sold was in fact farmed in Loch Fyne, a sea loch on the Argyll mainland. Sainsbury's issued an apology in May over the labeling.

It has had to say sorry again after it emerged the product was still being sold with the wrong labels in England.

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