Southern California leads the nation in seafood fraud, according to a study released by an international ocean conservation group.
Supermarkets and restaurants across the Southland may be engaging in widespread and rampant mislabeling of seafood products, according to county officials on Monday.
Health officials are warning seafood lovers to avoid shellfish, crustaceans and fish from Ventura County because dangerous levels of a nerve toxin have been detected in some species.
From LA to Malibu, you’ll find a wide selection of seafood specialty restaurants and English-style pubs serving fish and chips. This list has narrowed down the best five to check out.
Here is the moment that many hungry Orange County foodies have been anxiously waiting for… The Boiling Crab Costa Mesa, just down the street from South Coast Plaza, is finally open! Monday, June 4, 2012 […]
A Los Angeles seafood company is voluntarily recalling its smoked and dry Vobla fish because it may be contaminated with a bacteria that can cause botulism.
Something fishy is going on in restaurants and frozen food aisles across the Southland.
Let’s dig in to the best restaurants to hit the Los Angeles culinary scene in 2011.
Patrons at the California Clambake walked around barefoot in the sand, dining al fresco on fresh clams and lobster (cooked beneath the sand!) while enjoying the sea breeze, music and libations, making this one special venue for yet another event of the Los Angeles Food & Wine Festival.
Spring is here, and with that comes warmer temps and the craving for a lighter food palette. While it’s not quite warm enough to actually hit the beach, you can still get yourself in the mood for waves, sand, and sunsets by visiting an array of LA seafood hot-spots and some old-time classics. Here is a list of our favorites.
Ginichi Ohira sold protected sei whale meat to The Hump in Santa Monica, which closed its doors last year after prosecutors charged the owner and chef with sales of the protected mammal.
Ginichi Y. Ohira, 50, is charged with knowingly selling a marine mammal product for an unauthorized purpose in violation of the federal Marine Mammal Protection Act.
A California company is voluntarily recalling its seafood salad products because they could possibly be contaminated with Listeria.