October 24, 2012 - On Earth Magazine by Tom Philpott
Don’t know what bacteria, antibiotics, and fish-farming chemicals are in that shrimp cocktail? That’s OK, neither does the FDA!
If you eat a lot of fish, likely as not you're eating something that was raised on a farm and hauled in from thousands of miles away. According to NOAA, we import about 86 percent of the seafood we consume, about half of which comes from aquaculture. And just because you find it in a gleaming supermarket fish case or on a well-presented restaurant plate doesn't mean it's safe to eat.... http://www.onearth.org/blog/why-is-the-fda-inspecting-so-little-imported-seafood
October 11, 2012 Bloomberg Business Week
Asian Seafood Raised on Pig Feces Approved for U.S. Consumers - Businessweek http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-10-11/asian-seafood-raised-on-pig-feces-approved-for-u-dot-s-dot-consumers