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Title:Which Fish are Safe to Eat?
Producer:Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension
Description:Presents information on what pregnant women and consumers should know when consuming different seafood, in particular, fish. Identifies the pros and cons of consuming fish and other seafood through explaining the healthy sources it contributes to the human diet versus the harmful chemicals that can be found in them.
Topic:Seafood
Audience:Consumers
Pregnant Women
Format/Pub. Year:Presentation (2004)
Non-English Availability:Spanish
Contact Information:
 Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension
1623 Whitesville Rd.
Toms River, NJ 08755
Telephone:732-349-1246
Cost:Free
Avail. Online:http://njaes.rutgers.edu/fchs/displays/whichfisharesafetoeat-disp
lay-english.ppt
Web Address (2):http://njaes.rutgers.edu/fchs/displays/whichfisharesafetoeat-disp
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