James N. Klapthor

• Communicator Charles Santerre, Purdue University, appeared on Associated Press wire service reports February 1, commenting on a three-year study he led on heavy metal levels in farm-raised catfish, trout, and crayfish, as published in the Journal of Food Science. According to Santerre, all samples tested well below FDA and EPA limits for metals such as mercury. The same cannot be said about fish caught by anglers, according to Santerre. “In Indiana, state agencies have found high levels of mer…

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