The seafood company Mowi has agreed to pay over a million dollars to settle a proposed class action alleging that the company misled consumers into believing the animals used in its products were “sustainably sourced,” “all-natural,” and caught in Maine.

[To accompany Federal Case Law Update "Seafood Company Agrees to Pay Over $1 Million in False Advertising Suit" from Brooks Animal Law Digest Issue No. 77.]

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