There was a troubling article in the New York Times about fish oil supplements causing huge pressure on the Menhaden population in the Atlantic. The Menhaden is a small herring like fish that provides the omega-3 oils for lots of larger fish that can't synthesize them for themselves (like tuna, striped bass, redfish and bluefish). They are a critical part of the Atlantic ecosystem. Most of this fishery is under the control of a company called Omega Protein whose take is in excess of a half billion per year. There are reportedly other sources of Omega-3 than the Omega Protein caught Menhaden. Does anyone know of a source for supplements made from these more responsible sources?