In the first 20 days of enforcement, at least 20 restaurants have been cited for the violation of the seafood labeling law requiring businesses to disclose if their shrimp and crawfish products are imported.
A new law is now in effect that requires restaurants serving foreign shrimp or crawfish to post notices about the food's country of origin on menus or on a sign posted at the main entrance of the establishment.
When you think about Louisiana you'll likely think about good times and great food. Lt. Governor Nungesser thinks we should promote those two great ideas together to get more bang for the bucks we don't have.
I've been asked about 10 times in the past few weeks where the best prices on crawfish are. Without launching a full Google and telephone investigation, I just didn't have a good answer. Louisiana entrepreneur Sheldon Williams knows that necessity is the mother of all invention, so he's launched a "Seafood Locator App" so we can all find the best prices on seafood right in palms of our hands.
Bumble Bee Foods, LLC. has voluntarily recalled 31,579 cases of canned tuna. Inconsistencies in the sterilization process which could lead to life-threatening illness have been cited as the reason for the recall.