Harvest of Fears: Farm-Raised Fish May Not Be Free of Mercury and Other Pollutants
Aquaculture fish, usually fed a controlled diet, are generally less exposed to mercury than their wild, free-foraging cousins. But because they are raised in the ocean they can still absorb mercury, PCBs and dioxins
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