Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Tuesday Seafood Roundup


Washington Post
Louisiana finds replacements on menu for seafood favorites affected by oil spill
Washington Post
It appears the nose knows as seafood inspectors learn how to sniff out tainted product from oysters to shrimp and fish. By Theresa Vargas NEW ORLEANS -- The ...
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Officials work hard to protect Gulf seafood from oil spill
USA Today
Meanwhile, widescale efforts are underway to prevent seafood tainted with oil from getting to market. But Louisiana seafood officials say the brand is ...
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Trained noses to sniff out Gulf seafood for oil
The Associated Press
He's one of about 40 inspectors trained recently at a federal fisheries lab in Pascagoula, Miss., to sniff out seafood tainted by oil in the Gulf of Mexico ...
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OSHA proposes fining NH seafood plant $214500
BusinessWeek
The federal government has proposed more than $214000 in fines against a Canadian seafood processing company for alleged violations at its Portsmouth, NH, ...
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OSHA proposes fining NH seafood plant $214000
The Associated Press
PORTSMOUTH, NH — The US government has proposed more than $214000 in fines against a Canadian seafood processing company accused of violations at a New ...
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New York Times
Fishermen Wait on Docks as Oil Gushes
New York Times
Americans have yet to see major shortages or price increases at restaurants and markets because about 80 percent of the seafood consumed in the United ...
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Christian Science Monitor
BP oil spill poses growing worry for US seafood restaurants
Christian Science Monitor
Seafood restaurants and others are tracking the BP oil spill and trying to glean just how much impact it will have on menu prices and consumer perception. ...
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FOXNews (blog)
How Safe is Your Seafood?
FOXNews (blog)
by Maggie Kerkman Right now, if your seafood comes from US waters, federal regulators will tell you it's safe. That's because as the oil spill has widened, ...
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AFP
Canada supermarkets curb 'destructively fished' seafood
AFP
In a report, Greenpeace ranked eight major grocery chains on their efforts to help improve the sustainability of the seafood they buy and sell. ...
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Travel Q&A: Safety of travel, seafood in New Orleans
San Jose Mercury News
Is the seafood safe to eat there? A: New Orleans sits about 100 miles inland from the Gulf Coast, so it has not suffered the same physical and environmental ...
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