FDA WarningThe latest batch of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warning letters made public deal with illegal drug residues in calf tissues, misbranded teas and Brazilian Corn Tamales, seafood HACCP problems, and issues with acidified food regulations. The Rupert Veterinary Clinic in Rupert, VT, was warned about extralabel use of the animal drug sulfadimethoxine. The clinic prescribed it to treat calves for pneumonia, one of which was subsequently found to have illegal residues in edible tissue. Maxwell Farms in Cambridge, NY, was cited for selling a bob veal calf for slaughter for food that was found to have desfuroylceftiofur (marker residue
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