Sure, we all like to think we’re mercury savvy, limiting the amount of tuna or swordfish we’re dining on, but let’s face it: most of us still couldn’t say with certainty if that fish on our dish is the government-approved, six-ounce serving or not. Luckily for us, Dover, New Hampshire–based Henry and Lisa Lovejoy are getting rid of the guesswork. Their Henry & Lisa’s Natural Seafood line, which was launched in March, uses an independent testing lab to determine just how much fish is safe to consume. Their products boast a number system to gauge your monthly intake, whether the potential danger comes from mercury or PCBs. If you’re eating Henry & Lisa’s canned solid white albacore tuna, frozen organic shrimp, or anything in between, knowing your safe seafood levels won’t feel like a game of “Go Fish” anymore.
Available for approximately $2.99 to $9.99 at Wild Oats, 2151 Mystic Valley Parkway, Medford; Harvest Co-op Market, 581 Mass Ave, Cambridge; and local Whole Foods Markets;
On the Web
Henry & Lisa’s Natural Seafood : ecofish.com
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