TAMPA Fla. The state attorney general’s office has concluded its two-year investigation into the misrepresentation of fish as grouper by restaurants here, without saying what party had purposely mismarketed the seafood. Seventeen restaurants were found to be selling less expensive species as grouper. Fourteen of them had been supplied by Sysco Food Services – West Coast Florida Inc., though parent Sysco Corp. said that house was not the restaurants’ only seafood supplier.“There was no ...

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