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Seafood Connect. Even with less demand from restaurants and exports shut down, grocery stores are going strong. Most of those oysters are sold directly to local restaurants.
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Part of that will be teaching people how to shuck their own oysters. Load Comments. d lobstermen are allowed to sell direct to consumers, Department of Marine Resources spokesperson Jeff Nichols said.
Local delivery. April 4, on NewsWaterfront. Bar Harbor Oyste r, which holds s for wholesale and direct sales, has also been finding success with Facebook. The market disruptions have been tricky for everyone, he told the Islander Saturday.
At events in Camden and Belfast last weekend, more than 3, pounds of lobster was soldshe said. The Seafood Connect project was organized by Ali Farrell, a Camden photographer and author who began connecting lobstermen with buyers within her friend network in the last couple of weeks.
B ut it seems to be a natural fit. By Liz Graves and Sarah Hinckley.
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A grassroots lobster market is set to com e to Mount Desert Island beginning this Saturday. But this year they acquired a smaller, limited purpose lease that allows some winter harvest.
Buyers will be able to stay in their cars and pick up lobster, crab and oysters. C onnecting directly with local customers over Facebook is something Masterson has been doing for a long time, especially with scallops.