Edible QR codes bring transparency to sushi

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We recently saw the Ecuador Ministry of Tourism attach QR codes to its bananas to encourage consumers to find out more about the country their food comes from. Aiming to raise awareness about its sustainable fishing practices, the Harney Sushi restaurant includes edible QR codes on its meals. There are current concerns about overfishing in the seafood industry, as well as the effect depleting resources has on the quality of the meat served in restaurants. According to Free Enterprise, a recent report showed that 52 percent of seafood in South California is mislabelled. Priding itself on its sustainable fishing practices,…

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