Aug 14, 2011 PEI Oysters

PEI  Oysters

The Malpeque Oyster is savoured around the world. But there are voices that say the industry could be doing more to enhance and protect the Malpeque brand. The comments have upset some oyster fishermen and farmers on PEI. We wanted to find out why.

Restauranteurs Rodney Clark and Liam Dolan, PEI oyster growers Johnny Flynn & James Power, and oyster fisherman Bill Murley all have something to say.

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