ConsumerWatch conducted mercury tests on about 50 pieces of sushi and fillets found in local stores, and found just how high the levels are. The reporters tested higher than normal levels in 20% of the samples we put through the Safe Harbor Seafood Certification machine. The investigation found illegal levels of the toxin, above the FDA allowed 1ppm, in fillets sold at a specialty store and a large chain market. This story is about what consumers can do with this information. To see the news stories click here.