Wednesday, April 02, 2014

FDA issues warnings to three New York importers

The New York office of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent warning letters earlier this month to three fish importers in Brooklyn and Queens over concerns their products were not being processed under the same conditions required of domestic producers.
Their dried filefish, dried anchovy, and herring fillets were all refused entry into the US based on testing by FDA laboratories before the FDA inspected their facilities and sent them warning letters calling for immediate correction of violations.
Read more here.