Chef Tenney Flynn recently conducted a finfish butchering demonstration for the Chefs Collaborative National Summit in New Orleans.
A new program will allow Louisiana fishers, dealers and processors to voluntarily participate in a program to ensure the authenticity of wild Louisiana seafood.
Too early to tell whether the decision by BP spill claim czar to double payments to shrimpers and crabbers will help.
Mindy Nunez, founder of Islenos Seafood Direct and Thomas Hymel, director of Delcambre Direct Seafood Market lead growing movement.
BP has allocated $28 million toward restoring Louisiana wetlands affected by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Lance Nacio and his shrimp boat, the Anna Marie, have caught the attention of the Washington Post for his innovative shrimping process.
U.S. District Judge Dee D. Drell’s ruling based on “substantial overlap” between lawsuits in Louisiana and Pennsylvania.
U.S. Senator David Vitter, Senator Mary Landrieu and six other senators from Gulf states sent a letter to FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg asking the FDA to step up efforts to ensure the public understands that Gulf seafood is safe to eat.
A proposed new federal rule, which could be implemented as early as January 2, 2012, is now in federal court awaiting a ruling by Judge Drell in the Western District of Louisiana.
At the Louisiana Seafood Stakeholders Summit, participants were updated on BP-funded seafood safety monitoring efforts and marketing plans.
Commercial fishermen, seafood processors, distributors, and retailers assess the state of the industry and consider its next moves during the Louisiana Seafood Stakeholder Summit held November 16.