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Seafood Fraud and Mislabelling Across Canada

Seafood Fraud and Mislabelling Across Canada

La Fraude Des Fruits De Mer et L'étiquetage Trompeur au Canada

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2Warner, K. et al. (2013) Oceana study reveals seafood fraud nationwide. Disponible au : https://oceana.org/reports/oceana-study-reveals-seafood-fraud-nationwide

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17Oceana Canada (2017) Seafood fraud and mislabelling in Ottawa. Disponible au : oceana.ca/stopseafoodfraud

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21Warner, K. et al. (2013) Oceana study reveals seafood fraud nationwide. Disponible au : https://usa.oceana.org/sites/default/files/reports/National_Seafood_Fraud_Testing_Results_FINAL.pdf

22Shehata, H. et al. (2018) DNA barcoding as a regulatory tool for seafood authentication in Canada. Food Control, 92, 147-153), Wong, E. & Hanner, R. (2008) “DNA barcoding detects market substitution in North American seafood.” Food Research International, 41:828–837; Hanner, R. et al. (2011) “FISH-BOL and seafood identification: Geographically dispersed case studies reveal systemic market substitution across Canada.” Mitochondrial DNA, 22(S1): 106–122; Naaum, A. & Hanner R. (2015) “Community engagement in seafood identification using DNA barcoding reveals market substitution in Canadian seafood.” DNA Barcodes 3(1): 74–79.

23Warner, K. et al. (2016) Deceptive dishes: Seafood swaps found worldwide. Oceana. Disponible au : http://usa.oceana.org/publications/reports/deceptive-dishesseafood-swaps-found-worldwide

24Ibidem (2016)

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26Shehata, H. et al. (2018) DNA barcoding as a regulatory tool for seafood authentication in Canada. Food Control, 92, 147-153

27FAO (2017) Voluntary guidelines for catch documentation schemes. Disponible : http://www.fao.org/fi/staticmedia/MeetingDocuments/CDS/TC2016/wpAnnex.pdf

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29European Commission (2014) A pocket guide to the EU’s new fish and aquaculture consumer labels. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Disponible au : https://ec.europa.eu/fisheries/sites/fisheries/files/docs/body/eu-new-fish-and-aquaculture-consumer-labelspocket-guide_en.pdf

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31Stiles, M. et al. (2013) Stolen Seafood: the impact of pirate fishing on our oceans. Oceana. Disponible au : http://oceana.org/reports/stolen-seafood-impact-pirate-fishing-our-oceans

32Pramod, G. et al. (2014) “Estimates of illegal and unreported fish in seafood imports to the USA.” Marine Policy, 48: 102–113.

33Bailey, M. (2017) Evaluation of the Regulatory and Market Environment to Combat Seafood Mislabelling and Fraud in Canada. Oceana. Unpublished manuscript.

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35McDowell, R. et al. (2015) AP Exclusive: AP tracks slave boats to Papua New Guinea. Associate Press News. Disponible au : https://apnews.com/c2fe8406ff7145a8b484deae3f748aa5/ap-tracks-missing-slave-fishing-boats-papua-new-guinea

36Urbina, I. (2015) “The Outlaw Ocean.” New York Times. Disponible au : https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/07/24/world/the-outlaw-ocean.html?mtrref=www.google.com&gwh=26F63A2080ED28702EFB324D305AFC60&gwt=pay&assetType=REGIWALL

37Hodal, K. & Kelly, C. (2014) “Trafficked into slavery on Thai trawlers to catch food for prawns.” The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2014/jun/10/-sp-migrant-workers-new-life-enslaved-thai-fishing

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