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WWNO News Features
Wed January 26, 2011
Seafood Purveyors Feel Consumer Anxiety
By Eve Abrams
New Orleans, Louisiana – Nine moths after BP's Macondo Well exploded and oil began gushing into Louisiana's fishing waters, businesses who survive on selling local seafood are still adjusting. Eve Abrams learned that less money and more questions are just part of what local seafood purveyors are having to contend with.