On your plate? Or in a pill?

On your plate? Or in a pill?

Cargill announced that a survey suggests people associate more health benefits with eating fish than taking fish oil supplements, but nobody was really arguing otherwise. 

Sometimes the answer is right in front of you.

And sometimes you don’t even need to ask the question.

That seems to have been the case with a survey big ag giant Cargill announced Wednesday. It turns out that, according to this less-than-groundbreaking research, U.S consumers “recognize there are more health benefits associated with eating fish and seafood compared to taking fish oil supplements

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