Are smoked oysters still good if they are green?

According to:

"Smoked oysters usually are found to be a light brown color. Occasionally, however, they show a green tinge. This is not a sign of spoilage, but a natural happening due to bad weather.

When the rough seas tear and destroy the oyster beds, the oysters sink to the bottom and must feed on the green seaweed. A large amount of the chlorophyll is retained, and the smoking cure will not cover the green.

The color does not affect the delicate flavor. It has, however, caused questions of concern from consumers."