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Restaurants such as the Clam Box in Ipswich have had to import clams from northern Maine because of the red tide outbreak.
Restaurants such as the Clam Box in Ipswich have had to import clams from northern Maine because of the red tide outbreak. (Globe Staff Photo / D.E. Hansen) Globe Staff Photo / D.E. Hansen

Digging around to serve up clams

Shellfishing ban due to red tide leaves some restaurants in pinch

By Rebecca Mahoney
Globe Correspondent / May 30, 2005

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ESSEX -- Before Ellen Pramas orders a plate of fried clams, she wants to know if they're from Ipswich. (Full article: 1090 words)

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