In chicken houses longer than a football field, newborn chicks huddle together for warmth, forming a fuzzy, moving yellow carpet.

Over the next two months, these chicks will peck at the dirt, nibble on pellets, get packed into crates, be trucked to a slaughterhouse, get cut into parts and arrive at a distribution center for …

Seafood processing plants operated by La Fiesta Food Products in San Jose, CA  and Wild Foods Inc. in Milwaukee, WI were both subjects of June 17 warning letters from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

La Fiesta processes dried shrimp, including shredded shrimp and whole shrimp.   Wild Foods processes marinated herring made with …

Vacuum-packed cold smoked mackerel from Auburn, WA and ready-to-eat lobster meat products, tuna and pasteurized crabmeat products from Middletown, RI are among the latest seafoods to be found adulterated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The two seafood processors involved, Newport Lobster Co. Inc. in Rhode island, and Euro International Inc. in Washington …

A half dozen seafood processors spent much of May and June trying to get back into compliance with federal regulations.

It might be too much to say that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration is cracking down on the industry, but recently the agency has made public more warning letters sent to seafood processors than …

A half dozen seafood processing facilities and importers around the country are working to get back into compliance with federal regulations after their food-handling practices were questioned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in formal warning letters.

An April 13 warning letter to Star Food Products Inc., located in Weston, FL, alleged “serious violations” …

A sardine cannery in Scotland and a pollock processor in South Korea are the latest foreign seafood companies that could lose the ability to export products to the United States.

Both International Fish Canners (Scotland) Ltd. and Dangjin Food Inc. recently received warning letters from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that say their …

The Meiko Food Company Inc., True World Food Boston, LLC, and Able Cold Storage and Trucking are the latest seafood processors to receive warning letters after federal food inspectors visited their facilities.

Copies of the warning letters were made public last week by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Meiko Food, located in South …

On one of its websites, Jakarta’s P.T. Tuna Permata Rezeki says it runs a “strict HACCP compliance factory.”

That’s not exactly what a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) inspection found at the Indonesian seafood processing facility last Oct. 21 and 22.

Instead, the FDA said it found “deviations” from the Seafood Hazard Analysis and …

Refrigerated tuna salad and raw shucked scallops in Grand Rapids, fish sauce and frozen salted fish in San Jose, and refrigerated pasteurized crabmeat and fresh tuna in Boston are among the latest seafood products not being processed properly, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

During inspections of three seafood processing facilities, FDA …

Seafood processing facilities turning out lobster bisque, canned pasteurized crabmeat and refrigerated tuna loins, as well as yellow fin and big eye tuna, received warning letters in February about their operations.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) sent the warning letters on:

-Feb. 4 to Greene, ME -based KJPL Restaurants Inc., doing business as …