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Harvesting the seaweed delicacy these New Brunswickers eat like potato chips, 1973

Grand Manan Island in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick, produces much of the world’s supply of dulse. Plenty of the east coast seaweed snack was harvested in 1973, but wet weather meant it couldn’t be dried and packaged, and that meant a shortage.

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