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FDA Rarely Inspects Imported Food

Despite routinely being rejected as unfit for human consumption, only 1.3 percent of imported fish, vegetables, fruit, and other foods are inspected by the Food and Drug Administration. What do you think?
  • "What will the government do with all the food unfit for humans? 'Cause I'll totally eat it if they're just gonna toss it away."

    George Tartuffe
    Guitar Salesman
  • "Please tell me this doesn't include those Guacamole Doritos."

    Johann Puntigam
    Pharmacist's Assistant
  • "Can you blame them? I see the words 'Product of Ukraine' on a foodstuff and all my inhibitions melt away."

    Paul Ludlow
    Toll Booth Agent