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IFT launches seafood traceability tool

The Institute of Food Technologists’ (IFT) Global Food Traceability Center announced a new seafood traceability financial tool to assist those in the seafood industry understand the financial impact of implementing traceability.


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Up to 32 percent of seafood imported to US caught illegally, study says

That represents between $1.3 and $2.1 billion worth of illegal and unreported product.
That represents between $1.3 and $2.1 billion worth of illegal and unreported product.
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Agriculture Secretary announces banner year for agriculture and fishery cooperatives

They set records for sales, revenue and assets in 2012.
They set records for sales, revenue and assets in 2012.
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As season opens, anxious crabbers await end to government shutdown

With no one in local offices to provide permits, they can't legally catch crabs.

With no one in local offices to provide permits, they can't legally catch crabs.


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Researchers find formaldehyde in supermarket fish imported from Asia

Around 1 in 4 of the fish tested positive for the known carcinogen.
Around 1 in 4 of the fish tested positive for the known carcinogen.
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Japanese foreign ministry assures acceptable radioactivity levels in food

The foreign ministry says the standards are the most stringent in the world.

The foreign ministry says the standards are the most stringent in the world.


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Target, Giant Eagle, H-E-B and Meijer say no to genetically modified salmon

They join a growing list of retailers who will not sell the product if it is approved.
They join a growing list of retailers who will not sell the product if it is approved.
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Fresh salmon shipped from Chile to California without polystyrene, ice

The 18-ton shipment eliminated environmental damages and cost.
The 18-ton shipment eliminated environmental damages and cost.
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Consumers not interested in genetically modified salmon

According to a new survey, most wouldn't eat transgenic fish.
According to a new survey, most wouldn't eat transgenic fish.
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Senate passes amendment in favor of GE fish labeling

The legislation sets up a fund for labeling.
The legislation sets up a fund for labeling.
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