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This Aug. 9, 2015 photo provided by NY/NJ Baykeeper shows a jar containing a sample of water just collected from Newark Bay in Bayonne, N.J. A report by NY/NJ Baykeeper, says the waterways surrounding New York City are a soup of plastic, ranging from discarded takeout containers down to tiny beads that end up in the food supply. The report was based on samples collected by trawlers that plied the city's East River, the mouth of the Hudson River and New Jersey's Passaic River and Raritan Bay between March and August 2015. (Sandra Meola/NY/NJ Baykeeper via AP)
This Aug. 9, 2015 photo provided by NY/NJ Baykeeper shows a jar containing a sample of water just collected from Newark Bay in Bayonne, N.J. A report by NY/NJ Baykeeper, says the waterways surrounding New York City are a soup of plastic, ranging from discarded takeout containers down to tiny beads that end up in the food supply. The report was based on samples collected by trawlers that plied the city's East River, the mouth of the Hudson River and New Jersey's Passaic River and Raritan Bay between March and August 2015. (Sandra Meola/NY/NJ Baykeeper via AP)

Food slideshow

7 March 2011

Food, delicious food!