The ripple effect of the crude crisis in the Gulf of Mexico plaguing the nation’s Gulf Coast is expected to reach Northwest Ohio.nnRohr Fish Inc. in Toledo’s west end is currently shelling out more cash for precious seafood.nnThomas Chipps from Rohr Fish said most of his shrimp comes from the Gulf Coast, and if he has to pay more for it, you will too.nnSince the oil spill disaster, Chipps said his shrimp has gone up $2 more from its original price before the spill.
is expected to reach northwest ohio. one fish market in west toledo is shelling out more cash for seafood.our sharia davis is live, to tell us what this could mean for you the customer.thomas chipps from rohr fish says most of his shrimp comes from the gulf coast.and if he has to pay more for it, you will too. since the oil spill disaster, chipps says his shrimp has gone up two dollars more from the original price. :47 we probably in the last week or two seen a 20 to 25 percent increase in the cost of shrimp. usually 2- to 3-hundred pounds of shrimp comes from the gulf coast to his store every month. he says because of the spill’s effects on fishing, other seafood could go up in price too.240 im sure there will be price increase on red snappers, grouper, and a lot of things that came down from the florida gulf area.but he says he’s trying to keep prices reasonable for his customers. he s