Mercury levels in sushi vary by species, study finds

04/23/2010 | HealthDay News

Mercury levels in sushi vary by species, and a study found restaurant tuna sushi may contain more of the toxic substance than supermarket offerings. Researcher Jacob Lowenstein said the U.S. does not require restaurants and merchants to cite sushi species but clearer labeling would give consumers more control over the mercury they consume.

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