PETA’s beef with lobster industry comes to Canada

The group’s latest target is a seafood shell recycling plant in Richibucto, N.B. Last month, CBC News reported that residents are frustrated by the odour being emitted from Omera Shells Inc., which grinds, heats and processes old lobster and crab shells and shrimp skins, turning the remains into a powder. The powder is later exported to Asia, where it’s used in the bio-medical industry and as a fertilizer. >click to read<10:31

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