Most consumers do not know that Gulf seafood is rigorously tested for safety, while only two percent of imported seafood is ever inspected. This is the sort of public relations hurdle the Gulf Coast seafood industry is now facing.
Multiple disasters in six years have left America’s Gulf Coast seafood industry fighting for its life. In Louisiana, where one in seventy jobs is tied to seafood harvesting, survival is the only option.
America’s West Coast is blessed with a number of prime areas for Cabernet Sauvignon, from Washington’s Red Mountain to some special hilltop vineyards in California’s Santa Cruz Mountains. But an appellation that has garnered a