Groups weigh benefits and risks of salmon consumption

11/4/2004 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

While one study suggests contaminants present in farm-raised salmon should cause consumers to limit consumption, the FDA and a leading trade group disagree, saying the health benefits outweigh low toxin levels. "We're not happy with any level of contaminants in salmon -- they don't belong there," a spokesman for Salmon of the Americas said. "But the Harvard School of Public Health said these low levels carry no risk of cancer."

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