I was trolling the grocery store this week, looking for some shrimp. I was stunned by what I found. In the frozen food section at Kroger, I found some nice looking frozen shrimp with a little American flag on the top left corner.

It's important for me to buy Louisiana seafood (or at least seafood from the Gulf of Mexico.) So I picked up this bag and looked it over and found tiny print on the back that said "Product of Vietnam."

How do they get away with this? I'm sure it's cheaper for the Vietnamese product. That has me wondering why? I'm sure the Vietnamese shrimper is paid pennies on the dollar, when compared to the Louisiana shrimpers. But I am still willing to pay for Louisiana products. I find these marketing tricks deceiving and think something should be done to stop this.

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