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Seafood In Golden Meadow


Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide Seafood services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   Collins Oyster Company Inc - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 475-7721

Business Listing   Crab Shack Inc - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 475-6266

Business Listing   Fourchon Seafood Inc - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 396-2565

Business Listing   Griffin's Seafood - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 396-2453

Business Listing   Guidry's Bait Shop - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 475-5722

Business Listing   Joel's Wild Oak Bait Shop & Fresh Seafood - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 475-7171

Business Listing   Marie's Baitshop - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 475-5754

Business Listing   Roy's Shrimp Company - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 396-2715

Business Listing   Seafood Shed III - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 396-2228

Business Listing   Seafood Shed Inc - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 475-6252

Business Listing   St Vincent Gulf Shrimp Inc - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 475-7479

Business Listing   St Vincent Seafood - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 396-2624

Business Listing   Yankee Canal Seafood - Golden Meadow, LA - Phone: (985) 475-7586

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Helpful Definition for: Seafood

As the name suggests, seafood, in Golden Meadow, refers to any plant or animal grown in seawater and is consumed by humans. Seafood includes sea-water animals like fish and shellfish as well as edible sea-weeds. In some parts of America, all edible aquatic animals are often collectively known as seafood.

There are thousands of species of creatures available in the sea, however, only a small number are considered as food. Some popular varieties of sea-fish are Haddock, Salmon, and Tuna to name a few. Though sea food is consumed all over the world it is largely grown in some parts, which makes transportation of such products a viable market in those areas.  For example, live food fish trade form a major market in Hong Kong.

There are also a lot of heath benefits from consuming sea fish as they are rich in nutrients, minerals and Omega-3. Research has also suggested that adding a portion of fish to our diet can cut the chances of suffering a heart attack by half, improve brain functionality, and has also shown to help the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

One alarming trend, however, is the global collapse of sea-food. Such a collapse could be a reason of over-fishing and pollution. A study has confirmed that if the current trends continue ,all fish-stocks worldwide will collapse within 50 years.

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