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Is saury fish high in mercury?

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The Low-Mercury Canned Fish Alternatives Mackerel pike, also known as Pacific saury (꽁치) is another canned fish you can substitute. This small fish feeds on plankton rather than other fish, and their maximum reported life span is 2 years.

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