Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Seafood in the News


Washington Post (blog)
Trader Joe's adopts sustainable seafood standards
Washington Post (blog)
The phase-out applies to all fresh, frozen and canned seafood. The move comes after months of pressure from environmental groups. In July 2009, the company ...
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Investigation: Ice price illegally added to some seafood prices
Puget Sound Business Journal
Some frozen seafood products may illegally contain the weight of ice in the price, according to a national investigation. Washington state was one of 17 ...
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Blueacre Seafood opens with plenty of ocean -- and more air
Seattle Times
Blueacre Seafood, the second restaurant for the owners of the Steelhead Diner, made its debut -- as promised -- with chef Kevin Davis in the kitchen and his ...
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Emerald City Fish & Chips serves up satisfying Southern-fried seafood and ...
Seattle Times
What to write home about: The breading on the fish here is at the top of the seafood chain: crisp, chewy, flavored with corn flour. ...
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Cookbook Seafood-Eating Trends Threaten Fish
Huffington Post (blog)
An innovative analysis of seafood-eating trends in the past 125 years shows that in the US at least we're 'eating up the food web'--not because fish high up ...
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Seafood City Continues to Expand With Eco-Safe Ozone Disinfection
MarketWatch (press release)
Michael Elliot, President of Eco-Safe, stated, "Seafood City is building two new supermarkets in Milpitas, CA and Carson, CA, and has ordered Eco-Safe Ozone ...
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FORT LAUDERDALE $50000 stolen in burglary at Fort Lauderdale seafood store
MiamiHerald.com
By ALEXIA CAMPBELL Police are investigating a report that a safe with about $50000 in it was taken during a burglary at a downtown Fort Lauderdale seafood ...
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Pacific Seafood of Clackamas recognized for sustainable business practices
OregonLive.com
By Vickie Kavanagh, The Oregonian CLACKAMAS -- The Clackamas County Office of Sustainability honored Pacific Seafood of Clackamas with a Business Recycling ...
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Bradenton Herald
Seafood Festival brings food, music
Bradenton Herald
By JANUARY HOLMES - jholmes@bradenton.com FILE PHOTO A smorgasboard of fresh and saltwater seafood delicacies will be available to attendees at the DeSoto ...
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Coral Reefs Decline, Impacting Seafood
Slashfood (blog)
by Clare Leschin-Hoar, Posted Mar 26th 2010 @ 4:00PM AP For most seafood eaters, the connection between healthy coral reefs and what's on their dinner plate ...
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1 comment:

Peas on Moss Cooking Blog said...

I was buying fish on Sunday, and the fishmonger at the stand told me that ocean-farmed salmon isn't actually that bad. He claimed it was more affordable and a better eating salmon than wild salmon. Where do I research that? I found salmonfacts.org, but I was hoping for some unbiased sources too.
Thanks!