WASHINGTON -- The Food & Drug Administration's new seafood safety mandates could have a positive impact on consumer confidence in the fish they buy, according to a spot check of retailers contacted by SN after the Jan. 21 release of the program here. The new plan calls for seafood processors, packers and warehouses to develop a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point program for their operations. Putting such a program in place may add costs to the seafood business, which could have a ...

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