Golden threadfin bream is sold at a wet market in Wan Chai. A recent survey of Hong Kong’s nine supermarket chains showed that all of them were selling at least one globally threatened species, including golden threadfish bream. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong supermarkets need to do better at labelling seafood accurately, to help protect threatened marine life

Jovy Chan says Hong Kong supermarket chains are miles behind the global industry norm in providing accurate information about their seafood products, which is necessary both for consumer safety and to safeguard threatened species

Topic |   Conservation

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Golden threadfin bream is sold at a wet market in Wan Chai. A recent survey of Hong Kong’s nine supermarket chains showed that all of them were selling at least one globally threatened species, including golden threadfish bream. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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