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What's in your sushi roll?

(Source: WMBF News) (Source: WMBF News)

WEDNESDAY AT 11PM – “It’s a…commercial aquarium fish…”

An aquarium fish hiding in your sushi? That’s what a lab found when WMBF News tested sushi from several local restaurants.

“It shouldn’t be happening…you need to tell the customer the truth,” says Laura Smith with Indo Thai Sushi and Hibachi.

But the truth is, that sushi on your plate may be an imposter, and you might not be getting what you’re paying for.

WMBF News Investigates: What’s in your sushi roll? Tune in Wednesday at 11 p.m. for this special report.

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