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What is wrong with pollock?

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Unlike salmon and many other commercial seafoods, all pollock fish are wild-caught and never farmed. (3) There are several dangers of farmed fish, including antibiotics, pesticides, various chemical contaminations and a larger, major risk of permanently harming the environment.

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