Supermarket seafood departments might be feeling a little queasy over a recent high-profile study that advised consumers to cut back their consumption of farm-raised salmon. The scientific review analyzed contaminants in salmon, and found that levels of polychlorinated biphenyls and other toxic substances in farmed Atlantic salmon were far higher than in wild species. The authors of the study, a group of university scientists, recommended consumers limit the amount of farmed salmon they eat ...

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