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Some Florida Restaurants Serve Up Fishy Dinners
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Some Florida Restaurants Serve Up Fishy Dinners

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Some Florida Restaurants Serve Up Fishy Dinners

Some Florida Restaurants Serve Up Fishy Dinners
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A survey in southern Florida finds that you don't always get the fish you ordered at seafood restaurants. Popular fish are being substituted for less tasty, cheaper fish masquerading as the dinner you thought you were getting.

Renee Montagne talks to Bob Jones, executive director of the Southeastern Fisheries Association.

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