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Fish Product Safety

April 13, 2012

While no Crown Prince products or ingredients are derived from Japan, we do get questions about seafood safety from Asian waters, particularly Japan. So we thought the topic was worth revisiting.

Crown Prince President Dustan Hoffman commented on this concern one year ago this spring:

We have been in close contact with all of our suppliers in the affected region and surround areas. Our suppliers and the governments in those countries are monitoring the radiation levels. At this time, the finishing areas have not been affected.

The quality and safety of our products are of the utmost importance to Crown Prince so be assure we will continue to keep a close eye on this situation. If anything changes, we will notify you.

In this regard, no news is good news! The fishing areas where our seafood is caught continue to remain un-impacted by the radiation from the Japanese disaster in early 2011.

Scientists have been monitoring radiation levels closer to Fukushima, and it is true that in some of those areas, the radiation levels are statistically higher than normal (though still “below levels of concern for humans and marine organisms.”).

Again, this does not impact Crown Prince products, and we continue to work with our suppliers to ensure that our products are as pure, natural, and safe as ever.

Plenty of information is available here, on our blog, as well as the Consumer Corner area of our website. As always, please contact us if you have any additional questions about our products, and we’ll be glad to provide you with an answer.

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