FDA Warns Ohio Seafood Facility of Violations

After inspecting the Bellisio seafood processor in Ohio, the FDA voiced concerns about the facility’s lack of HACCP regulation adherence.

The FDA is warning a seafood processing facility that their products may be contaminated and unsafe to sell to consumers. An inspection into a Bellisio Foods facility in Ohio shows that there were serious violations of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulations.

Though the inspection was conducted in November, the FDA sent a letter last month to the plant warning that each kind of fish processed there needed to be checked for contamination before integrating them into frozen dishes.

The HACCP plan for frozen food requires a minimum and maximum cooking and cooling points for seafood, which the FDA says is not being met at the Bellisio facility.

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