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Hi! Katherine Allen is from UF/IFAS Extension in Suwannee County
Highlands County Fl
thank you! I will have to leave a few minutes early ~11:40
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Lehigh Acres FL, FDACS
Palm Beach County Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
FDACS - New Smyrna Beach
Tropical Research and Education Center, Homestead
Jacksonville, Fl - FDACS
UF/IFAS Extension Orange County
Good morning,Miami, FDACS
Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, FDACS
Tallahassee, FDACS Div of Aquaculture
Homestead FL, UF Tropical Research and Education Center
We will put some of the resources in the chat, but you will be receiving them after the webinar in an easy to access format.
Ray Collada Fl. Dept of Agriculture, Miami
Orlando FL, FDACS
Indian Rocks Beach Florida
Good Morning, FDACS, Pensacola area
Lorida, FL FDACS
Crystal River area FDACS
Wewahitchka FL UF IFAS Extension
Dixie County Family Nutrition Program.
Merritt Island FDACS
Naples, Collier County Extension
FCS Extension Agent, Leon County
Tampa, FL FDACS
Dorothy Lee,FCS Escambia
FDACS Manufactured Foods South
Explains the demise of Long John Silvers..
Yes Will D., it seems if they choose not to offer a farm-raised product they will have difficulty getting enough product.
Or consumers changing tastes in seafood
US Seafood regulations are also stricter today than in the past, and US stocks are very well managed: https://www.fisheries.noaa.gov/national/sustainable-fisheries/commercial-fisheries-landings
plant based protein to mimic seafood?
We will discuss plant based protein tomorrow.
the last link is not working for me
Reminder, you will get all of the links mentioned in an easy to access format at the conclusion fo the website.
Thank you. I will talk about alternative proteins including plant-based seafood tomorrow
What is the reason that prices of local seafood are so high?
Fresh from Florida retailers: https://www.fdacs.gov/Consumer-Resources/Buy-Fresh-From-Florida/Seafood-Retail-Markets
897 people move to Florida every day (pre covid stat) and I say and they are all hungry..
Do you every read Center For Science in the Public Interest? They mention that about 40% of the by-catch is wasted.
That 10# for every one pound is discarded.
maybe Canadian oysters sold in northern states are a component of that stat?
How does farm raised affect food safety
age bias in seafood was not on my 2020 bingo card
Product safety is next!
No, for every 1# 10 pounds is wasted
Misperceptions of safety and sustainability
will you discuss the affects of Red Tide and seafood safety?
Today's speaker bios: Dr. Steve Otwell https://www.flseagrant.org/about/otwell/ and Dr. Razieh Farzad: https://fshn.ifas.ufl.edu/about/staff/razieh-farzad/
FDA Fish and Fishery Products: https://www.fda.gov/food/seafood-guidance-documents-regulatory-information/fish-and-fishery-products-hazards-and-controls
HACCP Training Curriculum: https://www.flseagrant.org/wp-content/uploads/SGR_132_final-to-print.pdf
Direct download for Gold Book he is referring to now: https://www.fda.gov/media/80637/download
All the notes in the gold boxes refer to pages in the FDA Fish and Fishery Products Guide https://www.fda.gov/media/80637/download
Escolar is also sold as "white tuna"
Fish Advise is a good document by FDA and EPA: https://www.epa.gov/fish-tech/epa-fda-advice-about-eating-fish-and-shellfish
When they say 8-12 oz per week, does that mean 12 oz maximum, or is there no maximum?
Serious question: : cbd & seafood products? Any chance?
I could see it as an additive
In canned items for instance
Hemp as a food additive is also being explored, but not CBD, just hemp
*additive for aquaculture feeds, to clarify
Could it be used as a seasoning for smoking fish
Correct. CBD only comes from the cannabis plant. But maybe as an aquaculture product or additive.
Why such a high level of antibiotics in Washington?
Language is important, but I think if we start splitting hairs on GMO vs GE with a majority of consumers we're going to lose them every time
can shells be re-used to serve food?
@uribem not in commercial food service
What about large mollusks like Sea Pen and Horse Conch? I believe they are under the "other regulated shellfish or something" group by FWC. Would you eat those from intracoastal waters?
In other words that you are allowed to collect with your fishing license.
Sorry not that one.
Sea Pen are delicious. They taste like scallops.
From the FWC site....
Pen shells are edible, but consumers should follow the Florida Department of Health seafood safety guidelines and only consume shellfish collected from areas open to harvesting, which can be found on Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services website.
Thank you, see you all tomorrow
The retail food code (2009) 4.502.14 confirms Dr. Otwell's interpretation of the use limitation on using molluscan shells for serving containers.
Thank you! I look forward to tomorrow