State Ensures Consumers Aren’t Paying For Ice

The survey found 11 percent of the surveyed seafood packers in New York were wrongfully including the weight of ice in the labeled weight for the seafood.

Scarce Bluefin Tuna Remains Popular

Populations of bluefin tuna are being caught faster than they can reproduce.

Few Maine Brands Featured At Show

Five or so Maine companies with booths were lost in a sea of thousands, and overshadowed by pavilions promoting seafood companies from Alaska, Louisiana and Florida.

Ready-Made Meal Market To Soar

Ready meals include vegetable, pasta, fish, poultry, meat and seafood dishes that are also classified as continental, traditional, vegetarian and ethnic dishes.

Crawfish In Short Supply On Easter

April 7, 2010 Bill Capo, WWLTV

This season has started slowly due to the long, cold winter, which has affected supply and prices.