Food Safety & Health Expert Insights
Q&A: Advancing seafood’s healthy profile
The 2010 International Seafood and Health Conference & Exhibition kicks off in Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday, and Roy Palmer is raring to go.
Q&A: Increasing U.S. seafood consumption
Gary Fornshell and Rhea Lanting of the University of Idaho talk to SeafoodSource about their mission to encourage Americans to eat more seafood.
Q&A: Food-safety expert dissects China
Eric Hargan, a lawyer and former No. 2 at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, talks to SeafoodSource about China’s push to restore the world’s confidence in the safety of its seafood and about the FDA’s shortcomings.
Q&A: Mal Wittenberg, Micro Analytical Systems
When it comes to the mercury-in-fish debate, opinions differ vastly. But just about everyone — particularly Mal Wittenberg, CEO of Micro Analytical Systems in San Rafael, Calif. — agrees that the issue is not going away anytime soon. So why not do something about it.
Q&A: Nick Ralston, University of North Dakota
Nick Ralston has dedicated much of the past seven years to studying the relationship between mercury and selenium, and his research may help change the way the Food and Drug Administration develops its seafood-consumption advisory.
Q&A: David Martosko, CCF
The director of research at the Center for Consumer Freedom gives his take on this week's International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant in Guiyang, China.