FDA Says Eat Gulf Seafood; Some Doubt Smell Test


John Stein, head of the Seafood Safety Program in the Gulf, and deputy director, NOAA's Ocean and Human Health Center
Kim Chauvin, co-owner of Mariah Jade Shrimp Co.

The U.S. government continues to stand by its assertion that seafood from the Gulf of Mexico is safe. But some Gulf fishermen question the claim, and the "smell test" used to back it up. And in some areas, oil continues to wash up on protective booms and in marshes near fishing grounds.



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