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FDA says farm-bred fish fed contaminated meal

By Diedtra Henderson
Globe Staff / May 9, 2007

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Farm-raised fish in an undisclosed number of states ate meal contaminated with an unapproved industrial chemical, the Food and Drug Administration said yesterday, widening the scope of one of the nation's largest pet food recalls. Farm-raised fish are bred for purchase at grocery stores and restaurants and to stock reservoirs and lakes for anglers. It is unclear how many fish ... (Full article: 313 words)

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