WASHINGTON -- Retailers have received a valuable reminder that they shouldn't rely on government regulations to protect the quality of the seafood that they're buying, and selling to consumers. A scathing, just-released criticism of the Food & Drug Administration's enforcement of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point rules found that less than half of seafood processors and importers are following federal safety standards, enacted in 1997. "The potential health risks associated with ...
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