Map showing the total number of SAMPLES testedby country, with the colors indicating the total number of STUDIES conducted in each country.
MISLABELING STUDIES HAVE BEEN CONDUCTED IN NORTH AMERICA, Brazil, South Africa, and VARIOUS European and Asian COUNTRIES. The most studies have occurred in Italy, while the United States has the most samples.
The global mislabeling rate for striped catfish is somewhere between <1% and 11%, with the most likely value being <1%.
THE 2017 GLOBAL PRODUCTION WAS 966 THOUSANDS TONNES.
Map showing SUBSTITUTES color-coded by country. An * indicates a seafood product that encompasses more than one species.
three SUBSTITUTES FOR striped catfish HAVE BEEN IDENTIFIED IN two COUNTRIES. Striped catfish is a common substitute in seafood mislabeling. COMMON NAMES FOLLOW FISHBASE.