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No Maine shrimp this season

No Maine shrimp this season

Mr. Libby loves the small, delicate Northern shrimp, known fondly here as Maine shrimp, and so do customers at his processing and distribution plant. He is unlikely to sell many more. The hope was that the struggling species would replenish itself if left undisturbed.

"We in northern New England love them and have a proprietary relationship with them," said Sam Hayward, a James Beard Award-winning chef and an owner of the Portland restaurants Fore Street and Scales.

As reported on the NEW YORK TIMES website - LEARN MORE

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