During the past decade, the media has been awash in conflicting reports about seafood. The healthy omega-3 fatty acids in seafood are great for your heart — eat more seafood. The mercury and PCB content in seafood is off the charts — eat less seafood. Recently, concern about depleted fisheries have left many shoppers wondering which items are healthiest for themselves, their families and the environment. Many retailers are now working to communicate those two messages within their seafood ...

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