Marin County Public Health has confirmed one case of illness from paralytic shellfish poison.
Marin County Public Health officials are warning people not to harvest mussels, clams and oysters along the county coast.
The last commercial oysters have been removed from Drakes Bay following the closure of the oyster farm.
The ongoing battle over the fate of Drakes Bay Oyster Company has created some strange bedfellows.
If the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals rejects Drakes Bay’s final appeal to stay open, oyster prices might skyrocket.
First, our Twinkies get taken away from us. Now our oysters. What’s next? Nutella?
Unless you’re a daredevil, masochist or perhaps a sea otter, don’t take any chances of getting sick.
It seems we’re just not happy in the Bay Area without a seafood crisis imperiling some of our favorite delights.