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Dear Mr. Landry - I am writing to you due to recent concerns that I have regarding the recent BP incident that took place in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. It is my understanding that you have operations in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama, all of which have been dramatically impacted by this incident. As a consumer of fish oil products that are likely derived by your operations, I am greatly concerned about the possible ramifications this can have. I'd like to know what tests, if any, you have done to guarantee consumers and the public that there are absolutely zero contaminants from the BP incident in your products? I would also like to know if the tests are specific to Corexit or if they also include any ingredients or by-products of Corexit and what frequency any testing is being conducted? I appreciate you time in advance and look forward to your response.
Originally posted by Thekid90
Bump for atttention.