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|Friday, June 04, 2010|
Barry Fronek, a Medford seafood broker, says that the oil disaster in the Gulf Coast will mean a rise in shrimp costs, as he and other brokers will need to look elsewhere.
Wild shrimp will be completely unavailable due to the spill and a U.S. regulatory moratorium on Mexican shrimp imports, so the options are limited to farm-produced shrimp from countries such as Ecuador and Bangladesh.
Read more at the Mail Tribune.
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