WASHINGTON -- A report citing seafood as the single biggest cause of foodborne illness is making waves throughout the seafood industry. The 52-page report, "Outbreak Alert! Closing the Gaps in Our Federal Food-Safety Net," compiled by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, concluded that seafood caused 237 out of 865 food-poisoning outbreaks studied over the last 10 years. Within the fresh-foods category, eggs were cited as the second-largest cause of food poisoning, with 170 ...

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