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San Francisco Considers Mercury Warnings for Seafood

Tuesday, October 4, 2005
San Francisco officials are looking at a proposal requiring trilingual signs in restaurants, stores and markets warning consumers of mercury in their fish. Mercury can cause neurological and developmental problems, with pregnant mothers, infants and children most at risk.

SF Chronicle has the article, and EWG's mercury page is here.

 
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