FDA Breaks Down New Approach to Seafood Import Safety in New Report
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) debuted its ‘Activities for the Safety of Imported Seafood’ report on March 21.
The new report shares the approach the FDA has taken to ensure imported seafood meets food safety requirements and the standards of domestically produced seafood. It shows how the FDA is augmenting existing oversight tools with improved technology and processes.
“The safety of imported seafood, particularly shrimp, the most consumed type of seafood in the U.S., has garnered the attention of Congress and industry, among other stakeholders...
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