Enforcement of Louisiana Shrimp Disclosure Law to Start

BATON ROUGE, La. — Louisiana’s health department will soon start enforcing a new law requiring restaurants to tell customers if they sell imported shrimp or crawfish.

The agency says it will check for compliance with the notification requirement beginning Sept. 1.

Restaurants have to post information about imported crawfish or shrimp on menus. If they don’t use menus, they have to post signs at their main entrances.

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