The Barramundi is farm raised in the open waters outside of Vietnam. The fish are raised in low-density pens and processed only thirty mintutes away. The Monterey Bay Aquarium has ranked this as a "Best Choice", meaning it causes little harm to wildlife and habitat. These fillets are delicate and a great source of Omega-3 Fatty Acids.
Norway’s beautiful, unspoiled natural environment is famous worldwide for its deep, cold, and crystal clear fjords. This unique nature has made Norway a perfect area for fish farming; an area where the Atlantic salmon really belongs after thousands of years of consistant natural accommodation. All of our Norwegian Salmon was raised without the use of antibiotics or GMO's and is a powerful, all natural source of Omega's and Vitamin D. When you think farm raised Atlantic Salmon, the North Atlantic is the only option!
Tilapia has become a staple on American menu's over the last 15 years thanks to aquaculture advances throughout the world; however there are still a few areas that cut corners and produce in unsanitary environments. Our tilapia is only raised in deep, Indonesian lakes under the most strict regulations on the planet - an all natural product that has never been treated with any antibiotics, additives or preservatives, we only supply the top loin of the filet in our offerings.
All of our Tilapia product is certified sustainable and responsibly rasied by the Aquaculture Stewardship Council.
After years of growing in the Barents Sea, Norwegian Cod head southward each January to their spawning grounds in the Lofoten Islands. This physically demanding journey transforms them into Skrei, a unique delicacy that consists of only the leanest of the catch.
Skrei Cod, known for its large, buttery white flakes, is not your average Cod. It is only caught from January through March and has been certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council for many years. When buying Cod, ensure it's from the Skrei season in Norway - nothing compares!
Chilean Seabass, well known for its extremely rich buttery flavor, soft texture and large thick flakes that melt in your mouth. A favorite among many, we are delighted to offer the most delicious Chilean Seabass you can find. All of our Chilean Seabass is certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council which now encompasses approxiamtely 75% of all Chilean Seabass quota in the world.
All our Yellowfin and Bigeye tuna, also known as Ahi Tuna, are caught in the Pacific Ocean using fishing line methods, which are entirely safe for dolphins and better for the fish meat. The fish is then processed and transported on SuperFrozen carriers. The firm, rich meat has a beautiful red coloring and is perfect for the grill, whether a light sear or well done. The unique taste of these tuna saku blocks, loins, and steaks are favorites of chefs who like to prepare premium fish.
Black Tiger shrimp are well known for their beautiful color, dark stripes and typically are offered in larger sizes (16/20 and larger). Tigers were the first species of farm raised shrimp to be commercially produced in large volumes in Southeast Asia. Vannamei White shrimp have taken over the landscape due to thier sweet flavor and hearty nature.
We only offer GAA certified shrimp from SE Asia, meaning that every step of the raising process has been certified by the leading certification body on shrimp farming. Also, look for the ingredients statement and ensure you are buying a non-treated shrimp - treated shrimp will have STP (sodium tri-polyphosphate) or a similiar substitute which is used to retain moisture.
Our hardshell lobsters are harvested in the North Atlantic and yield significantly more meat than the soft-shelled variety.
An all natural, affordable lobster tail with a sweet flavor a great texture, North Atlantic lobsters are a perfect option for any occasion! Also try our pure, Claw and Knuckle meat that are a savory compliment to any salad or pasta and the main ingreditent in lobster rolls accross the country!
Orange Roughy has been a prized whitefish delicacy in North America since the mid 1980's, especially in the Midwest. Caught mostly in New Zealand at depths that exceed 1500 feet below sea level, this beautiful species is once again flourishing thanks to the fishing industry, government agencies and the scientific community working together. Our producers are proactive supporters of quota management systems to ensure the sustainability of orange roughy for generations to come.