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"They still use those names--Colchester, Whitstable, Belon--but those places don't really produce many oysters anymore. Which means there's some creative marketing going on." (Robb Walsh, as quoted by Joyce Saenz Harris in the Dallas Morning News, discussing the importance of place of origin in the oyster market. Hmm...food purveyors and restaurants engaging in little white outright lies? There's a shocker.)