"Gulf Seafood Tested for Oil But Not Dispersant"
"Before a fillet of grouper, fresh oyster or piece of shrimp from the Gulf of Mexico lands in the grocery seafood aisle, state and federal agencies have weighed in on its safety.
Inspectors from the Food and Drug Administration pull seafood right from the dock or from the distributor floor and subject it to lab tests to rule out the presence of harmful chemicals found in oil spewing from the BP spill.
However, no one is testing seafood to tell whether it has absorbed the toxic compounds found in the nearly 1.8 million gallons of dispersants BP has poured into the water to break up the oil."
SEE ALSO:Source: Palm Beach Post, 07/14/2010