The FDA has approved seafood as a safe food to eat after the oil spill. In January 23, 2012 Michael Taylor Deputy Commissioner for Foods at FDA reported that, “Fish and Wildlife services will begin a series of public meetings on the draft plan ofr the restoration of damage to natural resources resulting from the Deepwater Horion oil spill. It is natural that the discussion of this plan would raide the question wether Gulf seafood is safe to eat. The answer is yes. Gulf seafood is as safe to eat now as it was before.” A great deal was invested after the Gulf spill so that we can provide an answer to one question: Is Gulf seafood safe to eat? Yes, Gulf is safe to eat, and it is safe for everyone.
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