Browsing All posts tagged under »lobster«

Lobster & Scallop Pasta with Sundried Tomato Sauce from Bar Harbor Foods

March 29, 2019 by

2

Sponsored Recipe Lobster & Scallop Pasta with Sundried Tomato Sauce Easy enough for a weeknight supper, fancy enough for company; lobster and scallops are tossed with pasta and finished with a delicate sundried tomato sauce. Serves: 4 – 6 Active time: 28 minutes Total time: 28 minutes Ingredients: 1 pound pasta (gemelli, penne, fettuccine) 2 […]

Where does Red Lobster’s lobster actually come from?

September 21, 2016 by

0

by Melissa Kravitz No chain restaurant is better known for serving crustaceans than Red Lobster. With its ubiquitous Ultimate Feast and plenty of annual specials and seasonal celebrations, it’s easy to wonder where all their massive quantities of crab, lobster and endless shrimp come from. There are only so many lobsters in the sea, so […]

Lobster prices surge after cold winter

June 11, 2015 by

0

After several years of low prices, lobster is once again swimming out of reach for many consumers. Due to an unusually cold winter, lobster prices have reached historic highs, reports CNN Money. Demand from consumers and restaurant buyers around the world has steadily increased but trappers faced less than stellar supplies in the New England […]

Soup Recall Nationwide Update

October 1, 2014 by

0

The ORIGINAL SOUPMAN of Staten Island, New York, is recalling some of its LOBSTER BISQUE in Tetra Pak cartons because due to human error some cartons were printed omitting that, in addition to lobster, the product also contains shrimp, as well as perch and tilapia in its lobster base. Only people who have allergies to […]

Consider the Maine Lobster, While You Still Can

September 3, 2014 by

0

Imagine Cape Cod without cod. Maine without lobster. The region’s famous rocky beaches invisible, obscured by constant high waters. It’s already starting to happen. The culprit is the warming seas — and in particular the Gulf of Maine, whose waters are heating up faster than 99 percent of the world’s oceans, scientists say. Long-established species […]

Contamination closes part of Maine coast to lobster fishing

February 21, 2014 by

2

PORTLAND ME – State officials were briefed about high levels of mercury contamination in lobsters caught around the mouth of the Penobscot River more than three years before the Department of Marine Resources shut the area down for fishing this week, according to a group of scientists involved in studying the contamination.      Preliminary […]

Shipping Debacle poses Threat to Perishable Food Business

December 27, 2013 by

0

A CNN report on shipping delays through UPS and FedEx over the Christmas holiday outlines the complex issues faced by affected businesses. In a December 26 CNN report about the recent news regarding the widespread problems with shipping delays through UPS and FedEx over the Christmas holiday, the word “loss” stands out like a sore […]