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Is Your Crab Cake True Blue? Zeffert and Gold Catering of Baltimore Uses Only 100% Maryland Crab Meat!
Have you ever wondered where the crabs or crab meat that you are eating came from? Only a small number of restaurants in Maryland reliably make their crab cakes from local crabmeat, and the state does not require restaurants to identify the specific source of the meat in crab cakes. The state is signing up participating restaurants and caterers now, and the list has just been released, according to DNR Fisheries Marketing Director Steve Vilnit. True Blue, a new labeling … Continue reading
Great article from the Huffington Post about how one of Maryland’s favorite foods is being considered for sustainable certification! Click Here to read the article.