Three U.S. dairy farms and two food importers were on the receiving end of warning letters recently from the Food and Drug Administration. The warning letters to the dairy farms cited animal drug violations involving antibiotics. The warnings to food companies in French Polynesia and Sri Lanka that import fish and juice to the U.S. concerned violations of food safety regulations related to hazard analysis and control programs. William W. Van Norstrand, owner of the Vansridge Dairy in Scipio Center, N.Y., was warned about the sale of an animal for food that had illegal drug residue. FDA referenced the August
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