Consumers Ate Washington State Aquaculture Oysters Sprayed With DDT Like Pesticides for Decades Without Ever Knowing It-Public Outraged!!!!

This story originally appeared 4/15

Just when you thought you have heard the most absurd reasoning from the aquaculture industry, they completely out do themselves-PUBLIC OUTRAGED!!!!!

The following stories show the true nature of the aquaculture industry. Judge for yourself!

Washington State Turns to Neurotoxin Pesticide to Save It’s Aquaculture Industry-What Could Go Wrong????  “A pesticide from the group of chemicals linked to colony collapse disorder will now be sprayed in US waters. What could go wrong?..”

Chefs ‘horrified’ by Plans to Spray Pesticides on Oyster Beds-“To discover that something we love like oysters, thought to be grown in the pure water … to suddenly learn that pesticides are being used, I think that people will be shocked and have questions.”…

Disbelief Over State Plan to Spray Neurotoxin Into Oyster Beds-Public “SHOCKED!” “The state of Washington has approved plans to spray in Willapa Bay a neurotoxic pesticide that has a warning right on the bottle: “Do not apply directly to water.” What could go wrong?…”

5/15 Followup Story-Shellfish Producer Backs Away From Pesticide Spraying-Customers OUTRAGED!!!  “Washington state’s largest shellfish producer says it is bowing to public pressure and will not use a pesticide recently approved for use in water to control a shrimp that makes it hard for oysters to grow…”

Entertaining photo caption might read-‘Would you like some expensive trendy tiny shrimp to go with those expensive trendy tiny oysters?’

Anthony Pane serves oysters at the Walrus and the Carpenter seafood restaurant in Seattle, May 13, 2011. Dining in or around Seattle offers a profound and exhilarating sense of place that even the most celebrated cities and regions can't offer. (Stuart Isett/The New York Times) -- PHOTO MOVED IN ADVANCE AND NOT FOR USE - ONLINE OR IN PRINT - BEFORE JUNE 12, 2011.

Anthony Pane serves oysters at the Walrus and the Carpenter seafood restaurant in Seattle, May 13, 2011. Dining in or around Seattle offers a profound and exhilarating sense of place that even the most celebrated cities and regions can’t offer. (Stuart Isett/The New York Times) —

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