Via on May 29, 2008

Recent lab tests found so much mercury in tuna sushi from 20 Manhattan stores and restaurants that at most of them, a regular diet of six pieces a week would exceed the levels considered acceptable by the Environmental Protection Agency. Sushi from five of the 20 places had mercury levels so high that the Food and Drug Administration could take legal action to remove the fish from the market.

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3 Responses to “SIX SUSHI A WEEK”

  1. […] whether their meat is free-range or sustainably harvested, and hopefully relatively clone, GMO and mercury-free. But beyond that, I don’t get all up in their faces, as (most infamously) the crazies at PETA […]

  2. […] I’m not even getting into the mercury issue, […]

  3. […] Why? We’ve poisoned our fish, and now fish are poisoning us. Can’t say we didn’t tell you so. Repeatedly. Dr. Colker said that an initial battery of tests on Mr. Piven had shown normal […]

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