Weekend Seafood News

By May 2, 2019 Chef's Feed, Seafood

Fresh seafood options for the weekend!


American Red Snapper

New Orleans, LA

Item 71271 – Whole 8-12 lb avg

Item 03386 – Fillet

Line caught from Port of Chauvin from the boat, Sailfish.






Sea of Cortez

Item 71105 – Whole 12 lb avg

Item 03338 – Fillet







Ponce Inlet, Florida

Item 03547 – 8-18 lb avg





Pacific Halibut

Oregon Coast

Item 04584 – Whole 10-20 lb avg

Sustainably fished, MSC certified waters.






St. John’s River Catfish Fillet

St. John’s River, Florida

Item 71128






Pink Baja Grouper

Baja, California

Item 03810







Pink Porgy Snapper

Chauvin, Louisiana

Item 71198








New frozen items available from Organic Oceans:

Organic Ocean supplies sustainable seafood that is not just better for the planet, but tastes better too. Their traditional harvesting and delicate handling techniques produces seafood that connoisseurs consider to be among the best in the world.


Spot Prawn Tails 25-30 ct

Vancouver, BC

Item 04243

Premium quality, frozen in sea water.  These are caught off English Bay, Vancouver BC from Organic Ocean’s spot prawn boat captained by Dane Chauvel.  Sustainably rated – Best Choice!





Sidestripe Shrimp 35-40 ct.

Chatham Sound

Item 04241

Hand picked by the crew at Organic Ocean from the Pacific Ranger and sustainably caught off the Chatham sound, these sashimi quality shrimp are PREMIUM. Incredibly sweet as shrimp go.  Packed in seawater, these are amazing! Tails, shell on frozen.





Humpback Shrimp Tails 25-30 ct.

Vancouver, BC

Item 04242

Wild, sustainably caught Humpback shrimp are a local legend in Prince Rupert. Extremely exclusive artisinal fishery – one of a few in the world. These premium shrimp tails caught on small boats and packed in sea water and are wonderful. Lightly sweet and earthy when raw, their sweetness is pronounced when cooked. Certainly the best of the three Vancouver Island shrimp when cooked.







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