Import Alert 16-131

(Note: This import alert represents the Agency's current guidance to FDA field personnel regarding the manufacturer(s) and/or products(s) at issue. It does not create or confer any rights for or on any person, and does not operate to bind FDA or the public).

Import Alert # 16-131
Published Date: 02/09/2022
Type: DWPE

Import Alert Name:

"Detention Without Physical Examination of Aquacultured, Shrimp, Dace, and Eel from China-Presence of New Animal Drugs and/or Unsafe Food Additives"

Reason for Alert:

Note: The revision of this Import Alert (IA) dated 11/22/2021 provides clarification on sampling; it also refers to guidance recommending updated analytical methods and expanded test results reporting information and contact information. Additional changes to screening sections. Changes are bracketed by asterisks (***).

There has been extensive commercialization and increased consumption of aquaculture seafood products worldwide. Aquacultured seafood has become the fastest growing sector of the world food economy, accounting for approximately half of all seafood production worldwide. Approximately 80% of the seafood consumed in the U.S. is imported from approximately 62 countries. Over 40% of that seafood comes from aquaculture operations. As the aquaculture industry continues to grow and compete with wild-caught seafood products, concerns regarding the use of unapproved animal drugs and unsafe chemicals and the misuse of animal drugs in aquaculture operations have increased substantially. China is the largest producer of aquacultured seafood in the world, accounting for 70% of the total production and 55% of the total value of aquacultured seafood exported around the world. China is currently the third largest exporter of seafood to the U.S. Shrimp represent the top ten most consumed seafood products in the U.S. The use of unapproved antibiotics or chemicals in aquaculture raises significant public health concerns. There is clear scientific evidence that the use of antibiotics or chemicals, such as malachite green, nitrofurans, fluoroquinolones, and gentian violet during the various stages of aquaculture can result in the presence of residues of the parent compound or its metabolites in the edible portion of the aquacultured seafood. The presence of antibiotic residues may contribute to an increase of antimicrobial resistance in human pathogens. Moreover, prolonged exposure to nitrofurans, malachite green, and gentian violet has been shown to have a carcinogenic affect. In the United States, use of malachite green, nitrofurans, fluoroquinolones, or gentian violet as drugs in food-producing animals would require an approved new animal drug application under Section 512 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA). FDA has not approved these antibiotics for use as drugs in aquacultured animals. Therefore, if they are used in aquaculture with an intent that they treat disease in, or affect the structure or function of, any aquacultured animal, they are considered to be unsafe new animal drugs within the meaning of Section 512, and the presence of their residues in seafood adulterates the seafood under 402(a)(2)(C)(ii) of the FFDCA.

Furthermore, malachite green, nitrofurans, fluoroquinolones, and gentian violet are not generally recognized as safe under any conditions of intended use that may reasonably be expected to result in their becoming a component of food. Therefore, if intended for any such use, they are unsafe food additives within the meaning of section 409 of the FDCA and would render the food adulterated under section 402(a)(2)(C)(i). FDA has several existing import alerts related to unapproved drugs in seafood dating back to November of 2001 (IA #16-124 DWPE of Seafood Products Due to Unapproved Drugs, IA #16-129 DWPE of Seafood Products Due to Nitrofurans. Based on an increased monitoring of imported aquacultured seafood from October 1, 2006, through May 31, 2007, FDA continued to find residues of unapproved new animal drugs and/or unsafe food additives in seafood imported from China. During that period, FDA tested 89 samples consisting of catfish, Basa, shrimp, dace and eel from China. Twenty-two (22) of the eighty-nine (89) samples (25%) were found to contain drug residues. These residues include nitrofurans detected in shrimp at levels above 1 ppb; malachite green detected in dace, eel and catfish/Basa fish at levels ranging from 2.1 to 122 ppb; gentian violet detected in eel and catfish at levels ranging from 2.5 ppb to 26.9 ppb and fluoroquinolones in catfish/Basa at level ranging from 1.9 to 6.5 ppb. Furthermore, Chinese authorities have acknowledged permitting the use of fluoroquinolones in aquaculture. Although the use of some animal drugs (nitrofurans and malachite green) in aquaculture has been prohibited by Chinese authorities since 2002, FDA continues to find residues of these and other animal drugs in shipments of aquacultured seafood products from China. ***These problems persist to date as of the 2021 revisions to this import alert.***

Guidance:

Divisions may detain, without physical examination, all shipments of aquacultured shrimp, dace, and eel from the People's Republic of China (CN), except for the firms identified in the Green List to this alert.

***Release of Articles Subject to Detention Without Physical Examination Under This Import Alert***

In order to secure release of an individual shipment subject to this DWPE under this Import Alert, the importer should provide the results of a third-party laboratory analysis of a representative sample of the lot verifying that products do not contain malachite green or its metabolite leucomalachite green, nitrofurans (four metabolites), gentian violet or its metabolite leucogentian violet, fluoroquinolones ***with ciprofloxacin and enrofloxacin reported as a sum, or mebendazole (two metabolites).***

***Mebendazole testing should consist of analyzing and quantifying the parent compound and metabolites (mebendazole amine and hydroxy mebendazole) and results should be reported as the sum of all residues detected.***

The following residues should be tested for each species:

***Shrimp - FLUOROQUINOLONES, GENTIAN VIOLET, MALACHITE GREEN, NITROFURANS.

Dace - GENTIAN VIOLET, MALACHITE GREEN.

Eel GENTIAN VIOLET, MALACHITE GREEN, MEBENDAZOLE (MBZ).

The methods found in the Analytical section of FDA's Compliance Program (CP) 7304.018, PART IV ANALYTICAL, Section 3.B., relevant to the specific residues identified above, may be utilized. Alternatively, other methods that adhere to FDA-recognized method validation/verification procedures for the specific residue under consideration may be used with inclusion of supporting documentation in the submission of analytical test results.

For information on reporting analytical test results by drug class, i.e., individual drugs and their metabolites, refer to CP7304.018 (PART IV - ANALYTICAL, Section 3.C. https://www.fda.gov/media/71452/download).***


Import Sampling Plan:

Single Species

Shrimp

***The sample should be representative of the entire article, inclusive of all lines where applicable. The sampling should be proportional based on the quantity of product (e.g. more sub-samples should be obtained from larger lines, fewer sub-samples from smaller lines). Obtaining sub-samples from a single line or a limited number of lines when multiple lines of similar products are included in the detained article will not provide a representative sample for that article.***

If the entry includes multiple date codes, the sample should also reflect a range of date codes (e.g., all sub-samples should not be collected from a single date code).

***Each sub-sample should consist of:
A minimum of 454g (1.0 lb.) for fresh, frozen, or breaded shrimp products; and
A minimum of 680g (1.5 lb.) for whole, in-shell, shrimp products.

If the product unit or package size is less than the minimum recommended, collect an adequate number of units or packages so that the amount collected per sub-sample equals the minimum recommended.

For large frozen blocks of shrimp product (greater than 3 lbs.), the units or packages may be sampled and shipped intact. Alternatively, sub-samples equal to the minimum recommended amount may be broken/sawed off from each product unit or package while still frozen using aseptic technique (refer to IOM section 4.3.6) and shipped to the analyzing lab.***

Analysis for Nitrofuran should be conducted on individual sub- samples.

Analyses for all other residues may be conducted on composites ***with no more than 12 sub-samples in each composite (i.e., multiple composites to be analyzed per article as necessary).***

Dace, Eel

***The sample should be representative of the entire article, inclusive of all lines where applicable. The sampling should be proportional based on the quantity of product (e.g. more sub-samples should be obtained from larger lines, fewer sub-samples from smaller lines. Obtaining sub-samples from a single line or a limited number of lines when multiple lines of similar products are included in the detained article will not provide a representative sample for that article.***

If the entry consists of multiple date codes, the samples should also be representative of a range of date codes ***(e.g., all sub-samples should not be collected from a single date code)***.

Each sub-sample should consist of a minimum of 454g (1 lb.) of product. If the ***product unit or package*** size is larger than 225 grams (0.5 lb.), collect one ***unit or package*** per sub-sample. If the ***product unit or package*** is less than 454g (1 lb.), collect an adequate number of ***units or packages*** so that the amount collected per sub-sample equals a minimum of 454g (1 lb.).

***Analysis for residues may be conducted on composites consisting of a maximum of 12 sub-samples per composite (i.e., multiple composites to be analyzed per article as necessary).***

Mixed Species

If the entry consists of mixed aquacultured seafood products ***of distinctly different species that are subject to this IA (e.g., the entry consists of both dace and eel), a representative sample should be collected, analyzed, and evaluated for each species independently as reflected in the recommendations above***.

***Requests for Removal from Detention Without Physical Examination Under This Import Alert***

In order to remove a firm from detention without physical examination ***(for a manufacturer to have one or more of its products added to the Green List of this Import Alert),*** information should be provided to FDA to adequately assess whether a manufacturer has the appropriate controls and processes in place to ensure the ***conditions causing the product to become adulterated have been resolved. The following information (in English) may be useful in this regard:***

1) Documentation showing that a minimum of five (5) consecutive entries have been released by FDA based on third-party laboratory analysis of a representative sample of the lot verifying that products do not contain malachite green ***or*** its metabolite leucomalachite green, nitrofurans (four metabolites), gentian violet or its metabolite leucogentian violet, fluoroquinolones ***with ciprofloxacin and enrofloxacin reported as a sum, or*** mebendazole (two metabolites). The information provided above identifies which residues should be screened for each species. Third-party laboratories may use any methods found acceptable to FDA (see ***the methods instructions in the Release of Articles section above***);

and

2) Documentation, from an appropriate third-party (e.g. a government inspection authority such as AQSIQ) demonstrating that an inspection of the processor was conducted and that the seafood was processed in accordance with FDA's Seafood HACCP regulations, 21 CFR part 123, including controls for aquaculture drugs. See 21 CFR 123.12(a).

Documentation should include test results of any products sampled during the course of the inspection, demonstrating that the products do not contain malachite green or its metabolite leucomalachite green, nitrofurans (four metabolites), gentian violet or its metabolite leucogentian violet, fluoroquinolones ***with ciprofloxacin and enrofloxacin reported as a sum, or mebendazole (two metabolites);***

and

3) Documentation that the processor is in compliance with all Chinese government requirements for exporting aquacultured seafood to the U.S.

Documentation should include copies of any registration that may be required by the Chinese government.

*** For further guidance on removal from detention without physical examination, refer to FDAs Regulatory Procedures Manual (RPM), Chapter 9-8, "Detention Without Physical Examination (DWPE)." ***

***If a firm and/or a representative thereof would like to petition for removal from detention without physical examination under this Import Alert, all relevant information supporting the request should be forwarded to the following address:

Food and Drug Administration
Division of Import Operations
12420 Parklawn Drive, ELEM-3109
Rockville, MD 20857

Or via email to: Importalerts2@fda.hhs.gov

All requests for removal (exemption) from DWPE will be forwarded by DIO to CFSAN for evaluation.

For questions or issues involving import operations, contact the ORA/Division of Import Operations at (301) 796-0356 or FDAImportsInquiry@fda.hhs.gov

Questions or issues involving OASIS or PREDICT screening should be addressed to ORA/DSS/Import Systems Branch at oraoismdssimpcomplsysbr@fda.hhs.gov

For questions or issues concerning science policy, preparation of samples for analysis or analytical methodology, contact the ORA/ Office of Regulatory Science, at oraorsprivatelabimportalerts@fda.hhs.gov

For questions or issues with regard to human food on policy, sample collection recommendations, or other any addition questions contact CFSAN/Division of Enforcement's Food Adulteration Assessment Branch, (HFS-607), at 240-402-1750 or CFSANEnforcement@fda.hhs.gov***

Product Description:

Aquacultured seafood products

Charge:

***The article is subject to refusal of admission pursuant to Section 801(a)(3) in that it appears to bear or contain an unsafe food additive within the meaning of section 409. [Adulteration, Section 402(a)(2)(C)(i)] ***

OASIS charge code - UNSAFE ADD

AND/OR

***The article is subject to refusal of admission pursuant to Section 801(a)(3) in that it appears to bear or contain a new animal drug (or conversion product thereof) that is unsafe within the meaning of Section 512. Product contains [Adulteration, Section 402(a)(2)(C)(ii)]***

OASIS charge code VETDRUGRES

Countries

CHINA

  • (16 A - - 57) Dace
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;
  • (16 B - - 57) Dace, Breaded
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;
  • (16 S - - 57) Dace, Cold Smoked, Fish
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;
  • (16 S - - 15) Eel, Cold Smoked, Fish
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;Mebendazole (MBZ);
  • (16 J - - 05) Shrimp & Prawns
    Notes: Fluoroquinolones and Nitrofurans
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;
  • (16 K - - 05) Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
    Notes: Fluoroquinolones and Nitrofurans
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;
  • (16 L - - 05) Shrimp & Prawns, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
    Notes: Fluoroquinolones and Nitrofurans
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;
  • (16 X - - 21) Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
    Notes: Fluoroquinolones and Nitrofurans
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;
  • (16 C - - 57) Dace, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
    Desc: Malachite Green; Gentian Violet
  • (16 I - - 57) Dace, Hot Smoked, Fish
    Desc: Malachite Green; Gentian Violet
  • (16 I - - 15) Eel, Hot Smoked, Fish
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;Mebendazole (MBZ);
  • (16 C - - 15) Eels, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;Mebendazole (MBZ);
  • (16 A - - 15) Eel
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;Mebendazole (MBZ);
  • (16 B - - 15) Eels, Breaded
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;Mebendazole (MBZ);
  • (16 X - - 45) Eel, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;Mebendazole (MBZ);
  • (16 X - - 99) Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products, N.E.C.,
    Desc: Dace
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;Mebendazole (MBZ);
  • (16 X - - 99) Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products, N.E.C.,
    Desc: Eel
    Problems:GENTIAN VIOLET;MALACHITE GREEN;Mebendazole (MBZ);

List of firms and their products that have met the criteria for exclusion from Detention without Physical Examination (DWPE) under this Import Alert (a.k.a. Green List)


CHINA


ALLIED PACIFIC AQUATIC PRODUCTS (ZHANJIANG) CO., LTD.
Date Published : 04/07/2015
NO. 2 Ruiyun Beilu , Mazhang , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 08/11/2015

Desc: Breaded Shrimp & Prawns

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 04/07/2015

Desc: Aquacultured Shrimp & Prawns
Notes: 3/24/15

ASIAN SEAFOODS (ZHANJIANG) CO.,
Date Published : 03/13/2009
Economic And , No. 5 Yongping South Rd; Technology Development Zone , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 03/13/2009

Notes: Exempt - 11/21/2008

16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 03/13/2009

Notes: Exempt - 11/21/2008

16 L - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
Date Published: 03/13/2009

Notes: Exempt - 11/21/2008

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 03/13/2009

Notes: Exempt - 11/21/2008

Allied Pacific Food (Dalian ) Co. Ltd.
Date Published : 04/07/2014
Yong Zheng , 888 San Li; Industrial Area , Dalian, Liaoning CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 04/07/2014

Desc: Shrimp

16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 04/07/2014

Desc: Shrimp

16 L - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
Date Published: 04/07/2014

Desc: Shrimp

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 04/07/2014

Desc: Shrimp

CHANGLE PACIFIC FOOD CO., LTD
Date Published : 10/07/2015
Funzhou Changle , Airport Industrial Park , Fuzhou, Fujian CHINA
16 A - - 15 Eel
Date Published: 10/07/2015

Desc: Eel

16 X - - 45 Eel, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 10/07/2015

Desc: Eel

Changle Juquan Foods Co., Ltd.
Date Published : 06/21/2019
Liyushan Heshang Town , Changle City , Fuzhou, Fujian CHINA
16 X - - 45 Eel, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 06/21/2019

Desc: Eel

FUJIAN DONGWEI FOOD CO. , LTD.
Date Published : 12/05/2017
NO.5 Fulu Centre Road,Long Tian Economic , Development Area, , FUQING, Fujian CHINA
16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 12/05/2017

Desc: Frozen Breaded Shrimp
Notes: 3/13/2015

FUQING LONGHUA AQUATIC FOOD CO.,LTD
Date Published : 02/09/2022
D, No.2 Village , No. 58 Longjin Road; Longtianzhen Fuqing , Fuzhou, Fujian CHINA
16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 02/09/2022

Desc: Breaded Shrimp

Fuqing Chaohui Aquatic Food Co.,Ltd
Date Published : 12/11/2015
Development , NO. 13 Fulu Lu; FuqingOAD,ECONOMIC , Fuzhou, Fujian CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 12/11/2015

Desc: Shrimp
Notes: 04/21/2015

16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 02/29/2016

Desc: Shrimp

16 L - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
Date Published: 02/29/2016

Desc: Shrimp

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 12/11/2015

Desc: Shrimp
Notes: 04/21/2015

GUANGDONG UNIVERSAL AQUATIC FOOD CO., LTD.
Date Published : 11/02/2018
Industrial Park 2 , NO. 2 East Industrial Avenue , Huazhou City, Guangdong CHINA
16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 11/02/2018

Desc: Breaded Shrimp

Guangdong Gourmet Aquatic Products Co., Ltd.
Date Published : 08/12/2015
Wuchuan , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 08/12/2015

Desc: Shrimp; frozen shrimp; frozen cooked shrimp and frozen raw breaded shrimp

16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 08/12/2015

Desc: Shrimp; frozen shrimp; frozen cooked shrimp and frozen raw breaded shrimp

16 L - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
Date Published: 08/12/2015

Desc: Shrimp; frozen shrimp; frozen cooked shrimp and frozen raw breaded shrimp

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 08/12/2015

Desc: Shrimp; frozen shrimp; frozen cooked shrimp and frozen raw breaded shrimp

MAOMING XINZHOU SEAFOOD CO., LTD
Date Published : 10/07/2015
Guangzhou Baiyun Jianggao (Dianbai) , Industrial Transfer Area , Maoming, Guangdong CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 10/07/2015

Desc: Shrimp

16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 10/07/2015

Desc: Shrimp

16 L - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
Date Published: 10/07/2015

Desc: Shrimp

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 10/07/2015

Desc: Shrimp

Savvy Seafood Inc.
Date Published : 03/04/2019
NO. 8 Yong Ping South Rd , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 03/04/2019

Desc: Breaded Shrimp

Shantou Ruiyuan Industry Co., Ltd.
Date Published : 02/20/2014
No. 7 Shengye Rd. , Shengping Industry District , Shantou, Guangdong CHINA
16 W - - 99 Mixed Fishery/Seafood Products, N.E.C.
Date Published: 02/20/2014

Desc: Sea Food Mix

YANGJIANG GUOLIAN SEAFOOD CO.,LTD.
Date Published : 02/03/2021
Fugang Industrial Park High-Tech Zones Yangjiang Guangdong China , Yangjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 02/03/2021

Desc: Breaded Shrimp

ZHANJIANG EVERGREEN AQUATIC PRODUCT
Date Published : 01/20/2011
No. 91 Ruiyun Beilu , Mazhang , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 01/20/2011

Desc: Breaded Shrimp
Notes: 1/14/2011

ZHANJIANG FUCHANG AQUATIC PRODUCTS FREEZING PLANT
Date Published : 07/31/2019
Xiashan District , Plant 3,No.5 Huagang Road; Huagang Industrial Zone , Zhanjiang, CHINA
16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 07/31/2019

Desc: Frozen Breaded Shrimp

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 07/31/2019

Desc: Frozen Breaded Shrimp

Zhanjiang Go-Harvest Aquatic Products Co.,Ltd
Date Published : 05/07/2015
Rui Yun Road North , Mazhang District , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 05/07/2015

Notes: Exempt - 11/21/2008

16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 05/07/2015

Notes: Exempt - 11/21/2008

16 L - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Cakes, Balls, Etc.
Date Published: 05/07/2015

Notes: Exempt - 11/21/2008

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 05/07/2015

Notes: Exempt - 11/21/2008

Zhanjiang Guolian Aquatic Products Co., Ltd
Date Published : 02/11/2015
Economic & Technological Development Dis , NO. 6 Yongping South Road , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 02/11/2015

Desc: Shrimp and prawns

16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 05/07/2015

Desc: Shrimp and prawns

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 02/11/2015

Desc: Shrimp and prawns

Zhanjiang Guolian Aquatic Products Co., Ltd.
Date Published : 11/13/2019
No. 6, Industrial Avenue, Wuchuan Huayu Industry Transfer Park,Huangpo Town , Zhanjiang, CN-44 CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 11/13/2019

Desc: Shrimp and prawns

16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 11/13/2019

Desc: Shrimp and prawns

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 11/13/2019

Desc: Shrimp and prawns

Zhanjiang Longwei Aquatic Products Industry Co., Ltd.
Date Published : 06/05/2020
Huaganglu , Xiashan , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 K - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns, Breaded
Date Published: 06/05/2020

Desc: Shrimp

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 06/05/2020

Desc: Shrimp

Zhanjiang Regal Integrated Marine Resources Co. Ltd.
Date Published : 02/27/2019
Chikan 2 , Zhenhualu , Zhanjiang, Guangdong CHINA
16 J - - 05 Shrimp & Prawns
Date Published: 02/27/2019

Desc: Shrimp

16 X - - 21 Shrimp and prawns, Aquaculture Harvested Fishery/Seafood Products
Date Published: 02/27/2019

Desc: Shrimp