WASHINGTON -- Bombarded with media accounts of both the health benefits of fish and the possible dangers posed by contaminants such as methyl mercury and PCBs, consumers are becoming more interested in sustainable seafood practices, a panel of experts said here in a seminar at the Natural Products Expo East show. Modern fishing methods have helped satisfy world demand for fish, but innovations such as bottom trawling and dredging have decimated many of the world's largest fisheries, ...
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