FDA's Monthly Seafood Rejections Down 30% from Last January with Filth Still Leading Cause
SEAFOODNEWS.COM by Michael Ramsingh - February 6, 2017
The year’s first round of seafood refusal data from the FDA showed a decline in the volume of rejections while filth is still on the Administration’s radar.
FDA refusals in January reached 145 line items for the month. It’s a 30 percent decline in monthly rejections compared to last January.
Filth accounted for the bulk of the month’s rejection, responsible for 40 percent of January’s refusals. However, this figure was down compared to the 70 percent last January’s seafood rejections the FDA flagged on account of filth...
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