A fish fillet falls to the floor. A retail worker picks it up and returns it to the counter for sale. At an outdoor fish market, tuna is left to sit in the sun for hours without refrigeration. A consumer returns scallops to a seafood department claiming they are not fresh. A worker then takes the scallops and pours them back into the display case. These are some of the images a national audience of television viewers were expected to have seen last Thursday on a segment on seafood ...
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