|Local Seafood Industry Still Suffering from BP Oil Spill
Four years later and our local seafood industry is still suffering because of the BP oil spill. Video
|Seafood Processor Guilty of Having Un-refrigerated Oysters
A seafood dealer and processor in Pass Christian was found guilty Thursday of possessing un-refrigerated oysters and possession of illegal oysters.
|U.S. Shrimp Industry Continues Fight Against Unfair Trade with Key Congressional Ally
For nearly ten years, the American Shrimp Processors Association (A.S.P.A.) and its members have engaged in a critical battle against unfair trade in the shrimp industry.
|Authentic Gulf Seafood & Coast Restaurants Celebrated on New MS Gulf Seafood Trail
The Mississippi Hospitality and Restaurant Association (M.H.R.A.) has announced the creation of the Mississippi Gulf Seafood Trail to promote Coast restaurants that serve wild-caught shrimp, crab, oysters, and fin fish dishes on their menus.
|Customers Waste No Time Buying Fresh Shrimp
Customers didn't waste any time buying the freshly caught shrimp Wednesday. Video
|Mississippi Gulf Seafood Trail Begins
The Mississippi Hospitality and Restaurant Association (M.H.R.A.) announced the creation of the Mississippi Gulf Seafood Trail to promote Coast restaurants that serve our Gulf seafood. Video
|Seafood Industry Has Struggled Since BP Oil Spill
Since the 2010 BP oil spill, the seafood industry on the Gulf Coast has struggled. Now, fishermen are speaking out against regulatory agencies, such as the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources (M.D.M.R.). Video
|Coast Observes 4th Anniversary of BP Oil Spill This Sunday
Sunday marks the four year anniversary of the BP oil spill. Video
|Shrimp Season Officially Begins
It’s official, shrimp season has begun, and if you were out on Highway 90 Wednesday, it was no secret. Video