The sample size is small, but three out of the 11 cans had mercury levels more than twice the average values reported by the FDA.
The average mercury level in 48 samples of “light” tuna was roughly one-third the amount found in the white tuna.
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“Nobody can really say what the effects on children are, because nobody has really looked,” Groth said.