• Nutrition Blog

    Epoch Times Botches Brain Health Advice

    "Preventing Alzheimer’s: A Mind and Body Approach" Though refreshing to see an article that encourages readers to take action regarding brain health, the nuanced information The Epoch Times present...

  • Nutrition Blog

    New York Times: nutrition experts “agree on the value of fish”

    A new report in the New York Times takes a look at whether supplementing baby formula with the omega-3 fatty acid DHA (found in fish) actually boosts baby brain health. The findings, regarding supplem...

  • Health Blog

    Salmon: Correcting the Record

    It wasn’t that long ago Dr. Sanjay Gupta told audiences that farmed salmon was “injected” with dye. He later devoted an extraordinary amount of time and research into an expose for 60 Minutes ab...

  • Health Blog

    Tilapia: Eat Facts, Not Fiction

    We'd love to be a fly-on-the-wall in Eat This, Not That!'s newsroom to understand how an article that perpetuates a tilapia myth discredited almost a decade ago can still make it through the editori...

  • Consumer Protection Blog

    Fraud: California Crackdown on Menu Mislabeling

    According to the SF Gate an “upscale restaurant” called Odeum in Morgan Hill, Santa Clara County was passing off tilapia as petrale sole for more than a year; fish fraud. After an investigation by...

  • Health Blog

    Editorial Review for Livestrong Seafood List

    You’d think an organization like Livestrong would be careful about making sure everything they put on their site was accurate, honest and trustworthy. When it comes to the group’s latest posting, ...

  • Sustainability Blog

    Greenpeace: Trailblazer in Fake-News

    The press may have taken a sudden interest in “fake news” organizations—which per Wikipedia “deliberately publish hoaxes, propaganda, and disinformation to drive web traffic inflamed by...

  • Health Blog

    MSN Lifestyle Article Cans Up Some Alternative Facts

    MSN Lifestyle reporter Jessica Suss appears to be caught up in the new alternative facts movement. Her latest article on canned tuna claims in the headline that Research Suggests Canned Tuna Might Not...

  • Fraud Blog

    Mislabeling Study Continues Trend of Headlines but Not Headway

    A recent study from researchers at UCLA and Loyola Marymount University checked the DNA of fish ordered at 26 L.A. sushi restaurants over four years and found that 47% of the sushi was mislabeled. ...

  • Fraud Blog

    Illegaler is not a word

    Lawmakers in New York state have passed a new law aimed at ensuring consumers know what they're buying when they purchase fish labeled "white tuna." The regulation requires any fish sold in a restaura...

Media Blog

    GG CCTV Screen GrabWhether it’s the tip of a hat for a job well done or a demand for correction keep up with NFI’s latest media work on the Media Blog from NFI's Vice President for Communications Gavin Gibbons.