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Ducktrap River of Maine Smoked Salmon Products

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Ducktrap River of Maine Smoked Salmon Products

May 2021: The Court preliminarily approved a settlement agreement. For more information, go to https://smokedsalmonsettlement.com/.

March 2021: Plaintiffs moved for preliminary approval of a settlement agreement.

November 2020: A class-action lawsuit was filed against Mowi USA and Mowi Ducktrap for allegedly falsely advertising Ducktrap River of Maine smoked Atlantic salmon products as:

  • Sustainably sourced when, according to the complaint, the salmon comes from industrial farms that do not use sustainable and environmentally friendly practices,
  • Natural when, according to plaintiffs, the salmon has been treated with artificial chemicals, such as antibiotics and pesticides, and
  • From Maine when, according to the complaint, the salmon comes from outside of the United States.

(Neversink General Store et al v. Mowi USS, LLC et al, Case No. 20-cv-9293, S.D.N.Y.)


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Ducktrap River of Maine Salmon

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Ducktrap River of Maine Salmon

Allegations: Falsely marketing products as “sustainably sourced” when the salmon comes from industrial farms that use practices that are not sustainable


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