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    Seafood in Saint Louis


    Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory. 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   1860 Saloon - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 231-1860


    Business Listing   Andy's Seasoning - Main Office - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 664-3004


    Business Listing   B-Tomas - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 721-3311


    Business Listing   Bob's Seafood - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 725-4844


    Business Listing   Bristol Bar & Grill - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 567-0272


    Business Listing   Broadway Oyster Bar - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 621-8811


    Business Listing   Buschs Grove Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 993-0011


    Business Listing   Cafe Balaban - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 361-8085


    Business Listing   Chayoon Elixer & Tea Bar - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 367-2209


    Business Listing   KRAM Fish CO - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 241-0345


    Business Listing   Landry's Seafood House - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 231-4040


    Business Listing   Linda' s Seafood Haven - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 383-0386


    Business Listing   Long John Silver's - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 423-3644


    Business Listing   Lucky Seafood Trading Corporation - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 521-2111


    Business Listing   Lucky Trading Limited - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 426-3440


    Business Listing   Midwest Seafood Supply CO - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 963-1300


    Business Listing   Morey's Seafood International - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 428-7777


    Business Listing   Pacific Island Market L.L.C. - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (636) 978-7162


    Business Listing   Red Lobster - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 487-7744


    Business Listing   Red Lobster Restaurants - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 355-2520


    Business Listing   Rizzo's Fresh Fish MKT - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 989-1666


    Business Listing   Sansui Japanese Restaurant - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 966-7786


    Business Listing   Sarah Easton Poultry Fish and Egg MKT - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 371-2938


    Business Listing   Sekisui Of Saint Louis LLC - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 772-0002


    Business Listing   St Louis Seafood CO - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (314) 878-3988


    Business Listing   The Ritz-Carlton St Louis - Saint Louis, MO - Phone: (800) 241-3333


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    Helpful Definition for: Seafood


    As the name suggests, seafood, in Saint Louis,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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