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A little learning about seafood and fish from an East Chinatown expert

With stories of endangered Atlantic halibut being sold under misleading labels, tilapia doubling up as red snapper and white tuna, and freshness ever an issue, it's important to be able to trust the place where you buy your fish and seafood. Although I'm no expert, I want to know where my selections come from, whether they're wild or farmed, and that I'm going to get the items as advertised. So I dropped by Bill's Lobster at Gerrard and Broadview for a little 101 on what to look for when visiting a fishmonger.

Find out what I learned in my profile of Bill's Lobster in the grocery stores section.


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