I just bought some cyclop-eeze and am very impressed with it, but I see on their website that it is treated with ethoxyquin. The EPA stated in a 2005 study "studies indicate that ethoxyquin is toxic to aquatic invertebrates, and mildly toxic to fish". But I don't have a full copy of that study. I know that dog and cat food makers have moved away from using it and even label food as ethoxyquin free. I don't think that it is legal for human use anymore either. Sorry if people have brought up that cyclop-eeze contains this preservative before, but I didn't find any search results with it. So what are peoples thoughts on this? Seems strange that this premium and potentially ground breaking food is treated with a substance the EPA says is toxic for invertebrates and fish.