Some shrimp imported into the U.S. from countries such as India, Thailand and Vietnam have increased levels of antibiotics that aren't allowed in the United States, reported ABC News, which sent shrimp samples for lab tests.
The California Cantaloupe Advisory Board will add a food safety certification program for cantaloupe producers in the state, requiring certain production and handling metrics, WesternFarmPress.com said.
Minneapolis-based Target Corp posted net income of $697 million in the quarter ended in April, up from $689 million a year ago, while same-store sales climbed 5.3 percent from the year-ago period, Reuters said.
If Walmart is found guilty of corruption related to its Mexican operations, the U.S. Justice Department could require the retailer to hire an independent monitor for as many as three years as the department has in other corporate corruption cases, Reuters said.
With consumers using salad dressings as marinades, dips and sauces more often, Kraft Foods and other makers are adjusting their marketing campaigns to further expand consumers' use of dressings, the Associated Press reported.