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What are the healthiest fish sticks to eat?

Asked: Jake Sandberg, Date Created:

If you don't want to go to the trouble of making fish sticks, try one of these nutritionally sound brands: Dr. Praeger's, Ian's, Natural Sea, or Henry & Lisa's. The other factor to consider with store-bought fish sticks is that they tend to contain cod or pollock.

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