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U.S. shrimpers hail amendment to boost FDA funds for imported seafood

Seafood importers say it will misdirect FDA money away from riskier foods

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While the U.S. seafood industry and consumer safety groups are praising an amendment that would boost FDA’s ability to address contaminated imported seafood, seafood importers are questioning the measure, saying it will misdirect funds away from FDA’s higher risk food safety priorities.

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