FDA Seafood Refusals Down Sharply in Curious February Report
SEAFOODNEWS.COM by Michael Ramsingh - March 2, 2017
The number of byline seafood items refused by the FDA in February plummeted compared to January figures and compared to last February. The figures are conspicuously lower compared to the last two years of refusals in February.
There were just 28 line items of seafood refused entry to the US market in February. The figure represents an 85 percent dip in by line item refusals compared to last February.
A look at the refusal dates show the FDA only refused seafood on February 1 and February 2. There were no other days of the month where a seafood item was refused entry...
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