By Lee Coursey – Lobster Roll at the Lobster Claw, Bar HarborUploaded by Ekabhishek, CC BY 2.0,

Unless you live in Maine, you typically have to shell out for lobster—those delicious, prehistoric-looking crustaceans are expensive. You’re hoping that you’ll get what you paid for when you shell out $20 or more for a lobster roll, but a new report suggests diners may want to approach their seafood with a touch of skepticism. In a recent national sting operation, 35 percent of lobster served in restaurants turned out to contain a cheaper impostor fish or shellfish.

Read about the lobster corruption with Munchies. 


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