Gulf Coast Oyster Industry In Trouble One Year After Ike

When Hurricane Ike slammed into Galveston on Sept. 13 last year, the storm buried nearly 8,000 acres of oyster reefs in sediment from the Bolivar Peninsula, wiping out half of the oyster habitat.

FDA Warns Tyson After Finding Seafood Violations At Texas Plant

December 3, 2009 Thomson Reuters

According to the FDA, seafood soups and sauces made at a Fort Worth, Texas, plant were prepared, packed or held under insanitary conditions.

Catfish Farmers Struggling To Sell Wild-Caught Fish

The Louisiana legislature is looking at labeling laws requiring markets and restaurants to label Louisiana catfish.

Researchers: Idaho Mercury Scare Was Based On Faulty Data

United States Geological Survey staff noticed the error when they started looking at newer data that showed a dramatic drop in mercury in fish.

Prime Star Announces IntelA-Pac Spinoff

Prime Star’s IntelA-Pac will begin the formal spinoff of IntelA-Pac, Inc., formerly New Age Packaging, from its parent company.