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Fishing for facts

Good for your health, or toxic to you and the environment: It’s hard to know what fish to eat

By Elizabeth Cooney
Globe Correspondent / December 14, 2009

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Laura Porter is a careful consumer. She buys organic food whenever possible, steering clear of unwanted pesticides on grapes or antibiotics in meat. She studies labels to be sure foods are as free of added chemicals as they purport to be. She shops at farmers markets near her Central Massachusetts home to support local, environmentally friendly agriculture. (Full article: 1423 words)

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