How well can you actually trust the labels that are stuck onto the packaging of our food? How well sourced is the food we eat at a restaurant? Are the foods we eat actually what they say they are? We put a lot of faith in the organizations that put food on our tables, but how much can we actually trust them?
There have always been scandals and controversies hitting the headlines surrounding mislabelled food. One biology teacher decided that she was going to take matters surrounding this distrust into her own hands. She decided to conduct an experiment with her students, testing the fish at a range of different places in her home state of Ontario, Canada, and the results are shocking. We’re sure that you’ll be glued to your seats by the end of it.
Let’s examine the study she and her students carried out, and delve into what this means surrounding the foods we eat and the labels that they carry. Is there more fraud going on in the food industry than we think?
[post_page_title]One dedicated teacher[/post_page_title]
Dr. Jennifer McDonald is an extremely passionate and wildly intelligent biology teacher, fully committed to giving her students the best education possible. One particular week when scrolling through social media, she got an idea that would eventually go on to become a viral sensation.
She set about designing an experiment in which she and her students would test fish DNA from different sources. What they were about to uncover will shock the internet for years to come. Read on to find out more!