Poison 1000X more deadly than CYANIDE contaminates 150miles of UK killing dogs

February 3, 2018 | Shellfish News
A spokesman for the Eastern IFCA said: "Testing on a variety of marine species, including brown and edible crab, spider crabs, shore crabs, velvet swimming crabs, dab and whelks from North Norfolk and Suffolk, have revealed low levels of PSP toxin in some of the samples and no paralytic shellfish ... ...read more
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Razor clamming closed along part of Oregon coast

February 3, 2018 | Shellfish News
... to test for shellfish toxins every other week, as tides permit. Reopening of an area requires two consecutive tests in the safe range. For more information, call ODA's shellfish safety information hotline at (800) 448-2474 or visit the ODA shellfish closures web page at https://oda.direct/ShellfishClosures. ...read more
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Nothing fishy about the great taste of fish

February 3, 2018 | Shellfish News
There are also wonderful shellfish as well, such as abalone and sea urchin. There is a wonderful shellfish farm called Mungo Murphy in Rossaveal, Co Galway, that grows both of these little creatures. They are extremely sustainable because they feed off seaweed (they grow that as well). As fish, sea ... ...read more
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The shellfish in the soup nearly killed someone. The soup's been recalled nationwide.

February 2, 2018 | Shellfish News
A near-fatal allergic reaction prompted JFC International to recall all lots of Kimchi Hot Pot Soup Base. The ingredients on the pouch don't include either crustacean shellfish, shrimp or crab, but the soup base does. That's a serious matter for those with a shellfish food allergy, as JFC's FDA-posted recall ... ...read more
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High Liner Foods Inc (HLF) Price Target Cut to C$17.00 by Analysts at Royal Bank Of Canada

February 2, 2018 | Shellfish News
High Liner Foods Incorporated processes and markets frozen seafood products in Canada and the United States. The company provides a range of frozen seafood products, such as raw fillets and shellfish; cooked shellfish; and value-added products consisting of sauced, glazed, breaded, and battered ... ...read more
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Soup base sold in Virginia recalled

February 2, 2018 | Shellfish News
(WRIC) — The FDA is alerting consumers of a recall by JFC International Inc. of Los Angeles, California. The company is voluntarily recalling a Kimchi Hot Pot Soup Base because it was found to contain undeclared Crustacean Shellfish (Shrimp, Crab). Individuals who have allergies to shellfish run the ... ...read more
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Series Tackles Environmental Topics

February 2, 2018 | Shellfish News
A talk on shellfish aquaculture practices and their growing importance on Cape Cod presented by Joshua Reitsma, marine program specialist of Barnstable County Cooperative Extension and Woods Hole Sea Grant, is planned for Wednesday, February 21, at 11 AM at Jacob Sears Memorial Library, ... ...read more
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Frozen Shellfish Food Market Analysis, Growth By Top Companies, Trends By Types And ...

February 2, 2018 | Shellfish News
The Global Frozen Shellfish Food Market research covers each aspect of the market highlighting various segments of the Frozen Shellfish Food market, market dynamics, market risk factors, market opportunities and challenges. Every segment's prime end-use applications and the geographical ... ...read more
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Beef Jerky and Daisho Kimchi Soup Base Recalled for Undeclared Allergens

February 2, 2018 | Shellfish News
Two foods have been recalled today by the FDA and USDA for undeclared allergens. One is recalled for undeclared milk, the other for undeclared shellfish. First, Whip City Jerky is recalling beef jerky products because they contain milk, one of the major food allergens, that is not declared on the label. ...read more
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Dangerous toxins detected in shellfish from Monterey County

February 2, 2018 | Shellfish News
“This warning does not apply to commercially sold clams, mussels, scallops or oysters from approved sources,” read a statement from the California Department of Public Health released Thursday. “State law permits only state-certified commercial shellfish harvesters or dealers to sell these products. ...read more
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