EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — A growing number of California supermarkets are implementing programs that offer consumers seafood with mercury levels significantly below federal thresholds. Most recently, Bristol Farms here announced its move to sell Safe Harbor-certified, low-mercury seafood exclusively in all 16 stores, including its one Lazy Acres store in Santa Barbara. “The reason why we started it and decided to look into it was because customers see a sign that warns them about mercury ...

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