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National Lobster Day

September 25, 2022 @ 12:00 am - 11:59 pm

National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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September 25, 2022
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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September 25, 2023
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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Date:
September 25, 2025
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12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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Date:
September 25, 2026
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12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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Date:
September 25, 2027
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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Date:
September 25, 2028
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12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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Date:
September 25, 2029
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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Date:
September 25, 2030
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12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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Date:
September 25, 2031
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12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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National Lobster Day

National Lobster Day

Because rags-to-riches stories are always worth celebrating, on September 25th, we observe National Lobster Day!

Here’s the story: Now considered a fine delicacy throughout most of the world, the crowd-pleasing crustacean has seen darker days. Pacific Standard Magazine writes of a time when “consumers could buy Boston baked beans for 53 cents a pound, canned lobster sold for just 11 cents a pound.” In a time when Maritime New England was practically covered in lobsters, they were a food relegated to prison feed. Lobsters have had quite a journey as a food item.

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Date:
September 25, 2032
Time:
12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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