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Oil Spill's Latest Victim: Nation's Oldest Oyster Shucker

Oil Spill's Latest Victim: Nation's Oldest Oyster Shucker 10 Jun 2010 P&J Oyster Company, the oldest oyster supplier in the U.S., stopped shucking oysters Thursday, making it the latest victim of the Gulf oil spill. That means 18 people won't be working for the company next week. "We've been doing this for 134 years, and this is a somber occasion," said Sal Sunseri, one of the family members who co-owns the business, which typically would have sold about 60,000 oysters per day to restaurants in the New Orleans area.