Gulf Coast Seafood Tour – New Orleans, LA to Biloxi, MS
When you think about purchasing seafood on your next trip to the grocery store, consider buying local. Most grocery stores, particularly stores like Whole Foods that have seafood counters, will have signs indicating where the seafood is sourced. If you are buying frozen seafood, it should also have sourcing information on the packaging.
When you purchase local Gulf seafood, you are not only getting a better product, you are also supporting our fisherman and shrimpers, a tradition, a community, and a way of life. We’re already planning our next trip to New Orleans and Mississippi. There’s so much to do in the area along the coast between New Orleans and Biloxi and there’s a nice mix of craziness from Bourbon Street to the charming and quaint small towns like Ocean Springs. Oh, and of course, there’s all that wonderful fresh Gulf seafood.
Thank you to everyone mentioned above (with links) who sponsored this tour and also to The Gulf Seafood Marketing Coaltion and the beautiful Royal Sonesta Hotel New Orleans, located on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter.
Disclosure – I was a guest of The Gulf Seafood Marketing Coalition for this tour and have not been compensated for writing any articles. The opinions expressed are my own.
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