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5106
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The Daniels family of the Outer Banks has been involved in the seafood industry since 1936 when Malcolm Daniels inherited The Wanchese Fish Co. from his father-in-law. Today the company is a major East Coast seafood processor and packer. Green discusses the business and the family that runs it.
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5233
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A recent study by scientists at the North Carolina State University Seafood Laboratory in Morehead City has discovered a new way to treat raw fish and processing equipment to reduce the amount of bacteria that could spoil the seafood. The treatment uses ozone. Green examines how this new approach could benefit seafood processing plants.
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11345
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This article presents information on the economic potential of the seafood industry in North Carolina, which has rich resources of inshore and offshore coastal fishing territory. The question is often asked, why, if there are such resources, can't the state keep, process, and sell more of its catch at home? Also included is information on what would be required to turn the community of Wanchese at the southern end of Roanoke Island into an economically important fishing port.
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31158
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Soft crabs, also known as “peelers,” shed their shells between April and September. Fishermen at Benny’s Seafood in Manns Harbor of the Outer Banks, North Carolina, describe the shedding process, and how they catch blue crabs using a male crab called a “jimmy”. The Manns Harbor soft crabs are harvested and sold to buyers throughout the Eastern shore.
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Carolina Country (NoCar HD 9688 N8 C38x), Vol. 35 Issue 8, Aug 2003, p10-11, il, por Periodical Website