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You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it and saute it, but one of America's favorite seafoodsthe humble shrimpmight not be what you think it is.
Ocean conservation group Oceana released a study today showing that 30% of sold shrimp products are misrepresented, with 15% of the tested shrimp being straight-up mislabeled in production method (wild-caught vs. farm-raised) or species type.
Oceana outlined the misrepresentation as
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Government regulators issued a special order Thursday demanding a cascade of documents from Takata as part of a federal investigation into what has caused air bags made by the company to kill or injure passengers when they deployed in car crashes.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA) demand for documents comes the same week as the agency urged Takata, which is based in Japan, to speed
'Un-Honda-like' problems plague new plant in Mexico
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Honda Motor Co.'s journey into Mexico has left it with a bout of indigestion.
The automaker's new $800 million plant in Celaya, about 160 miles northwest of Mexico City, has been struggling to meet demand amid problems caused by a green labor force, language barriers and a rail system prone to delays and occasional thefts, according to dealers who have discussed the