Map showing the total number of SAMPLES testedby country, with the colors indicating the total number of STUDIES conducted in each country.
With the exception of the United Kingdom and Italy, mislabeling studies are limited to a single study from various European and Asian countries.
The global mislabeling rate for Alaska Pollock is somewhere between <1% and 16%, with the most likely value being 2%.
The 2017 GLOBAL PRODUCTION was 3.5 MM TONNES.
Map showing SUBSTITUTES color-coded by country. An * indicates a seafood product that encompasses more than one species.
twelve Substitutes for alaska Pollock have been documented in four countries, along with a study that reported results across the European Union. Alaska Pollock IS also A COMMON SUBSTITUTE IN SEAFOOD MISLABELING. Common names follow FIshbase.