PRINCETON, N.J. -- Consumers get a lot of mixed messages about salmon. For a food that's supposed to be healthy, salmon, perhaps more than any other protein, receives a lot of negative publicity. Recent scientific studies have turned up levels of PCBs and flame retardants in salmon. Some media stories have addressed the higher levels of contaminants found in farm-raised salmon compared to wild-caught salmon, and have suggested consumers choose wild over farmed. Other studies have raised ...

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