ORLANDO, Fla. - More bad publicity for seafood, this time generated by the Environmental Protection Agency, will be hitting the headlines soon, warned an official from the National Fisheries Institute, Arlington, Va. NFI president, Lee Weddig, speaking at the Food Marketing Institute's Seafood Merchandising Conference here, said the EPA wants more restrictive regulations for the electric power industry regarding mercury emissions, "so it is generating information that would suggest that ...

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