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Artichokes are pretty

 Artichokes are one of the most colorful vegetables that Seagate grows.  These artichokes are grown by Seagate on their own farm and delivered to their factory on the day that they are harvested. There are very few steps involved in the processing. The artichokes arrive in 1-ton plastic totes directly from the farm that is […]

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The tropics, bug bites and Seaweed

Today’s blog entry begins with the fish picture of the week, which is of a Spotted Eagle Ray, cruising at a depth of 50 feet in the tropical waters off of Belize.  This ray has a wingspan of approx.10 feet and a very long tail of at least 15-20 feet.  At the end of the […]

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Pat - Living in the tropical areas means knowing what to look for, how to dress and how to respect nature.These areas have animals and live creatures that are unique to the tropics and it is their habitat.I live in SW FL and when at the beach I have to respect sea turtles, jelly fish and all of the water creatures.I am in their home..and they deserve to be treated with respect and awe.Knowing what to do to save these creatures from harm and to prevent being harmed is our responsibility.

Shark Fin Cartilage give-away

UPDATE:  WINNERS ANNOUNCED!!! Check the Seagate facebook page for the list of winners, and send Seagate a private facebook message with your shipping info if you won! https://www.facebook.com/Seagateproducts         To Enter Giveaway: Go to: http://www.facebook.com/Seagateproducts and click on the like button. Your name will automatically be entered into the drawing. Entries will […]

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pu ye - I like this

Lois Brown - So sad to see your product go away. The law is the law. Thanks for having the drawing.

Richard (Founder) - Yes, the law has good intentions. The only problem is that there is so much smuggling of dried sharkfins by these Chinese dealers, that just like all other past attempts at government prohibition (ie. drugs, alcohol during the 1920’s) it will raise the price of the fins and make smuggling more profitable and more attractive. Oh, well … hopefully it helps overall to reduce the total shark catch.

bonnie - I’m sorry to see a wonderful product removed. My sister in law has cancer. It would have been great. I learned about it too late.

Richard (Founder) - Hello Bonnie,
We cannot make cancer claims for any of our products. However, you should be aware that we are only discontinuing the Shark Fin Cartilage. The regular Shark Cartilage has been in production by our company since 1993 and will continue to be available. It is not affected by the California ban. Thank you.
Seagate Customer Service

Leo Pike - Dear Richard,
It is such a joy to see you and your family working together.
Grace to You.
Pastor Leo Pike