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Wild caught spring rolls?

drongo | Sep 9, 201504:28 PM     24

The attached picture is from a local supermarket circular this week. It's an ad for "Wild Caught Spring Rolls".

How are the spring rolls caught in the wild? Do people use nets? Once caught, how are they stored while at sea -- are they individually quick frozen?

I think I know what they mean.... but I wonder if "wild caught" has become a marketing term thrown about by companies without much thought, like "GMO free" (or "cholesterol free" in an earlier age).

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