Faculty Update: Erica Cline Quoted in NPR Story on Restaurant Salmon Mislabeling

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Erica Cline, an associate professor at the University of Washington Tacoma...also found higher rates of farmed salmon being swapped...

An NPR story on a new study by conservation group Oceana on mislabeling of salmon in restaurants quotes School of IAS associate professor Erica Cline on the subject.

Division Director for the School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences division of Science and Mathematics (SAM), Cline is an expert on the subject, having conducted a similar study on salmon mislabeling in 2011, published in 2012. 

The story--"That Salmon On The Menu Might Be A Fraud--Especially In Winter," by Clare Leschin-Hoar, NPR, Oct. 28, 2015, is part of NPR's "Food for Thought" series. 

Learn more about Erica Cline, Ph.D. Follow the SAM blog and SAM on Facebook.

 

 

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Meridith Hatch / November 2, 2015