WASHINGTON — Scientists and consumer advocates have begun raising concerns that seafood raised on Chinese fish farms may be contaminated with melamine, according to a report last week by the Los Angeles Times. Melamine — the industrial chemical that earlier this year sickened thousands of children who consumed Chinese-produced powdered milk and infant formula — is routinely added to fish feed in Chinese aquaculture operations to artificially boost protein ratings, the report said. Residues ...

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