WASHINGTON -- Beginning in April 2005, consumers should start to see labels on seafood in supermarkets telling them where the item was caught and whether it is wild or farm-raised. hs. The seafood industry had been waiting anxiously for the regulations to be handed down by the original implementation date of Sept. 30. The approaching date triggered a flurry of calls to the National Fisheries Institute from seafood companies wondering if they would be required to follow preliminary ...

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