RICHMOND BEACH, Wash. -- The Food and Drug Administration's approval of a qualified health claim for omega-3 fatty acids is a step in the right direction, seafood industry advocates agreed. However, education and marketing efforts must continue in order to raise consumer awareness of these benefits and counteract concerns over pollutants sometimes found in fish. Omega-3 fatty acids, found primarily in "oily" fish like salmon, tuna, herring and lake trout, can reduce the risk of coronary ...

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