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Jellyfish may help stop fish fraud

In order to be an environmentally-responsible seafood consumer, it's important to ensure that the fish you buy comes from a sustainable source. Apart from the easy-to-fake label on the packaging, though, how can you really know where it's from? Well, thanks to research being carried out at the University of Southampton, you may soon be able to check its chemical signature.
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