WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Supermarket and food industry representatives are embracing the Food and Drug Administration's new Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points-based seafood inspection plan. The final regulation, released Dec. 5, did not significantly stray from the agency's preliminary roadmap for seafood inspection reform proposed almost a year ago. The issue of seafood safety and handling at supermarkets was left out of the new federal regulation, because the agency will continue its ...

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