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Kevin Joseph: International Oyster Day

Oyster Ninja Podcast

Release Date: 11/19/2019

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Today I'm talking with Sean from Montauk Seaweed Co. located in Long Island. Montauk Seaweed Supply Company™ is New York State’s original processing and distribution operation for raw kelp and seaweed that has been grown and / or harvested from inshore waters. Today Sean informs us why we should be using kelp for farming purposes.

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Fisher Island Oyster Company: Growing Oysters and Preserving Family Values  (Steve & Sarah Malinowski) show art Fisher Island Oyster Company: Growing Oysters and Preserving Family Values (Steve & Sarah Malinowski)

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Today we meet Mr. Kevin Joseph founder and owner of Empire Oyster.  He lets us know all about International Oyster day held on NOvember 18 and why this is a more logical day instead of National oyster day held on August 5th.  

Kevin explains the coined term "Mermmelier" and what it really means to have this label.  Learn all these things and more in the newest episode from the Oyster Ninja.

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