When the Government Accounting Office published a report slamming the Food and Drug Administration's relatively new monitoring system designed to make seafood safer to eat, the general public sat up and noticed. It also reminded retailers to check their suppliers and renew assurances that the products they were receiving were safely handled and processed. News reports surrounding release of the report called it "scathing" and focused on the danger to American consumers. But Ken Coons, ...
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