Archive for January, 2016

New Kid on the Block: Sysco Corporation Joins GSI as Founding Member


New Kid on the Block: Sysco Corporation Joins GSI as Founding Member

The Gulf Seafood Institute has added Sysco Corporation to its list of founding members, providing additional support to the organization’s goals of harvesting and distributing the highest-quality and most-sustainable seafood catch from the Gulf of Mexico for the benefit of all consumers.

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GSI’s Walk On the Hill Important For Survival of Gulf Fisheries


GSI’s Walk On the Hill Important For Survival of Gulf Fisheries

Even before members of the Gulf Seafood Institute took their first steps toward Capitol Hill, they realized this year’s “Walk on the Hill” would be extremely important for the survival of commercial fishing in the Gulf of Mexico.

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NOAA Opens Door for Gulf Seafood Aquaculture


NOAA Opens Door for Gulf Seafood Aquaculture

The National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration has opened the door for expansion of aquaculture in the federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico.

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Cedar Key, Clamming Higher and Higher


Cedar Key, Clamming Higher and Higher

Cedar Key may not be one of Florida’s more famous Keys; the Beach Boys or Jimmy Buffet ever sang its praise. Cedar Key, however, is famous among Gulf seafood lovers for its hard shell clams harvested in record numbers and shipped to restaurants around the country.

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Gulf Seafood Institute Prepares for Annual Capitol Hill Walk


Gulf Seafood Institute Prepares for Annual Capitol Hill Walk

As the pages of the calendar turn to a new year, members of the Gulf Seafood Institute will dust off overcoats and galoshes for their annual “Walk on the Hill” during January’s Washington Mardi Gras week. The purpose of the annual pilgrimage is to educate legislators on the state of Gulf fishing and seafood.

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