• Kyodo News


A fishery cooperative in Owase, Mie Prefecture, halted virtually all shipments of its farmed fish after learning that a farm in the region used a banned hormone disrupter as a parasite repellent, the cooperative said Saturday.

The cooperative voluntarily suspended shipments Wednesday, and no health problems have been reported.

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