Sunday, March 11, 2012

International Boston Seafood Show: Status & Safety of Japanese Seafood

The main lesson is that Japanese seafood is safe to eat, and you need not have any fears of radiation.

Today at the IBSS, I attended a discussion: "Japanese Seafood for the Evolving American Palate." There were a number of panelists, each speaking on their particular area of expertise and one of the most important matters was addressed by Jiro Morishita, Counsellor of the Fisheries Agency of Japan. Morishita had two main points: 1) That there was a potential large market for Japanese seafood in the U.S. and, 2) That Japanese seafood was perfectly safe. Below, you can hear Maroshita's address and learn all that he had to say.

In a later post, I will likely discuss other aspects of this seminar, which dealt with different issues.

"Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home."
--Matsuo Basho

1 comment:

Alfred Albert said...

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