WASHINGTON -- In the first week of August, government inspectors will begin the latest survey of supermarket seafood and produce departments to check for compliance with voluntary nutrition labeling guidelines. te, based here. The FDA, meanwhile, has released a new set of updated nutrient data pertaining to the 20 most frequently consumed seafood products. The revised seafood data will be made available for the use of retailers, who are providing information about the nutritional ...

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