Can you imagine what it would be like if you couldn’t go to your favorite restaurant and order your favorite seafood entree? If that fish simply didn’t exist any longer? The idea is devastating to more than just our taste buds.
The food we eat sustains us, but it’s important to source food in a sustainable manner. With attention to sustainable practices, we can continue to enjoy the seafood chowder, grilled trout, and parmesan-crusted sole we love—and our oceans, lakes, and streams will continue to thrive.
Salish Seafoods sells shellstock, singles and shucked meats throughout the United States and China.It operates out of a six acre of waterfront property on the western shore of Harstine Island in South Puget Sound. It also grows oysters on 41 acres of tidelands on pristine Squaxin Island which is unihabited tribal […]Read More
Since 1975, it has been the mission of Penn Cove Shellfish to be the premier provider of the finest sustainably farmed shellfish products in the market today. Always fresh from the waters of Penn Cove, the company grows, stores, and distributes Penn Cove Mussels, Mediterranean Mussels, Manila clams and 27 […]Read More
Since 1934, Bornstein Seafoods has committed to providing the finest seafood products available. A family owned company serving the global market, we seek to be your first choice provider of quality seafood. Through our factories in the United States, Bornstein Seafoods can source product from California to Alaska in volumes […]Read More
Copper River Seafoods was developed in 1996 by four dedicated Alaskan fishermen, with two things in common; a passion for the Alaska wild salmon industry and a belief in its incredible potential.Today, the company is known as the as the premier producer of Alaskan seafood, including salmon, halibut, cod, rockfish and crab. […]Read More