Delaware Bay oyster industry could pose harm to endangered species

November 1, 2015 | Shellfish News
Oyster farming has had a rough start on the Jersey Shore after decades of problems with shellfish diseases. (Ed Hille / Staff Photographer / File Photo). ...read more
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Abalone season kicks off in WA with warnings over shellfish stocks, fisher safety

October 31, 2015 | Shellfish News
Anyone with a licence to catch the shellfish can bag a maximum of 15 pieces on the first Sunday of each month from now until March. Surf Lifesaving ... ...read more
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Red Tide Confirmed In Florida: What You Need To Know

October 31, 2015 | Shellfish News
Toxins can accumulate in shellfish and result in illnesses if contaminated shellfish are consumed. Shellfish harvesting areas are closed when blooms ... ...read more
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Gary Griggs, Our Ocean Backyard: Salmon fishing in Scotland

October 31, 2015 | Shellfish News
One of the greatest impacts has been overfishing, or simply catching fish or harvesting shellfish at a rate faster than they can reproduce and grow. ...read more
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Texas Bans Oyster Harvesting On Gulf Coast

October 30, 2015 | Shellfish News
"Red Tide produces a toxin that's consumed by the oysters and shellfish that make it toxic to people who eat it," says Christine Mann, with the Texas ... ...read more
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Shellfish farms disturb protected red knots, study says

October 30, 2015 | Shellfish News
Ken Desrosiers of Cape May Court House, Videl Valesquez and Moises Morales both of Bridgeton, harvest oysters for market from Atlantic Cape ... ...read more
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Adrian Peterson is going to keep eating shrimp despite shellfish allergy

October 30, 2015 | Shellfish News
You might swell up more when there's lobster. Now bears and especially dragons, that's when I really swell up. No biggie, despite having a shellfish ... ...read more
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NOAA Fisheries Say U.S. Fishery Production Remains Stable

October 30, 2015 | Shellfish News
Dutch Harbor, Alaska brought in the highest volume for the 18th straight year with 762 million pounds of fish and shellfish valued at $191 million. ...read more
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One in 13 Canadians live with a food allergy: study

October 29, 2015 | Shellfish News
MOST PREVALENT FOOD ALLERGIES AMONG ADULTS (18 AND OLDER). 1. Shellfish (1.9 per cent). 2. Tree nut (1.2 per cent). 3. Peanut and milk ... ...read more
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At a Glance

October 29, 2015 | Shellfish News
A health advisory against eating recreationally-harvested mussels or other bivalve shellfish from Santa Barbara County will remain in place when the ... ...read more
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