Imported Farmed Fish Not Adequately T...

Imported Farmed Fish Not Adequately Tested, Report Finds

There are 1 comment on the ConsumerAffairs.Com story from May 18, 2011, titled Imported Farmed Fish Not Adequately Tested, Report Finds. In it, ConsumerAffairs.Com reports that:

Next time you 're preparing shrimp from India or tilapia from Indonesia, consider this: the Food and Drug Administration tested about 0.1 percent yes, that's one-tenth of one percent of all imported seafood products for drug residues during 2009, the last year for which statistics are available.

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Derby, CT

#1 May 18, 2011
We should be growing our own. Testing hundreds of tons of seafood is expensive and the USA is already $9 billion/year in the hole for imports.

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