An Alabama seafood company has agreed to stop processing fish after complaints were raised by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The permanent injunction is aimed at preventing distribution of the products by BEK Catering LLC, which does business as Floppers Foods LLC of Daphne, Ala., and its co-owners. A federal complaint alleges that BEK Catering, which prepared and distributed seafood soups sold under the names Shrimp Locksley and Mama’s Gumbo, caused food to become “adulterated” and misbranded. The FDA found unsanitary conditions during multiple inspections of the company’s facilities. Those conditions could cause illness for consumers.
Source: Associated Press
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