WASHINGTON — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced last week that it is reviewing the results of a multi-state investigation in which the National Conference on Weights and Measures found tens of thousands of packages of short-weighted frozen seafood in supermarkets. The investigation found that consumers and businesses may be paying up to $23 per pound for ice when purchasing frozen seafood products. “Over 21,000 consumer packages of seafood were removed from sale during the ...

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