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Where does Hardee’s get the codfish used in their fish sandwiches?

Cecil Hester
StarNews

The codfish used in Hardee’s Charbroiled Atlantic Cod fish sandwich comes from Iceland. The Codfish comes from 100 percent sustainable fisheries in the Icelandic Exclusive Economic Zone, according to  Angie Green, Hardees Guest Relations.

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One Response to “ Where does Hardee’s get the codfish used in their fish sandwiches?”

  1. On June 4, 2013 at 12:49 am g, bolton wrote:

    This is a good fish sandwich at Hardee’s….better now that I know it’s not from China….



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