The State of Washington thinks you eat about 6.5 grams of fish or shellfish a day, which is one 8-ounce meal a month.
The state uses the fish consumption rate to determine how much pollution to allow in our waters. The rate is supposed to protect us from more than 100 toxins that can make us sick. Washington’s rate is also one of the lowest in the country, despite having one of largest populations of fish consumers.
Step 1: Find out your Fish Consumption Rate
What is your actual fish consumption rate? How does that compare to Washington’s unrealistically low standard?
Step 2: Share your Fish Consumption Rate
Let other people know what your rate is!
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