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• The Puget Sound Business Journal reports that Costco has agreed to post Food and Drug Administration advice about mercury, described as “a known neurotoxin most commonly consumed in contaminated fish,” at its at seafood counters in stores around the country. The move that “is a response to member requests and the advocacy efforts of ocean conservation group Oceana,” according to the story.

• Tyson Foods said that it was voluntarily recalling more than 50,000 pounds of chicken because of a soy-based allergen used in the product that is not listed on the label. No illnesses have been reported in connection with the chicken, which primarily was sold to foodservice operators.

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