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Update on the WWF Peruvian Mahi Mahi FIP

As you know, Inland supports the WWF's mahi mahi fishery improvement project (FIP) in Peru. We wanted to share some recent information we received from WWF: Peru’s Mahi Mahi fishery supports 4,200 fishermen, is a leading source of the world’s Mahi and a top exporter to the US. In 2017, Mahi exports to the US. generated over $90 million. Recently, WWF signed an MOU with the Ministry of ...

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RAS in the USA

Okay, we stole that headline straight from this story by Jade Silverstein for the Global Aquaculture Alliance, but we just couldn't write a better one! RAS or recirculating aquaculture systems are slowing gaining a foothold in the US despite difficulties. This quote from Steve Summerfelt, chief science officer at Superior Fresh: “I don’t think that our domestic industry can continue with ...

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Restorative Aquaculture - Growing a Health Future

We all know that farm raised fish and shellfish have many benefits. Some of our favorites are the consistency of supply – that helps us keep inventory moving and prices stable. Careful handling means farmed seafood is always top-notch quality and sizing is also consistent. You know what to expect! That’s a good thing. Farmed seafood can also make more seafood accessible to all people at a va...

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Meet our Newest Oyster Offerings

  We’re adding a couple of new oyster options to our list – both from Maine!  No one says it better than the farmers themselves, enjoy these (lightly edited for space) descriptions: Basket Island Oysters, Broad Cove, ME These oysters are bottom seeded, which means they are scattered by hand, free onto the muddy bottom. This way of growing oysters is as close to “wild” as one can get. W...

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Getting Serious about Shiitakes

Getting Serious about Shiitakes

We love mushrooms; not just because they are delicious and nutritious, but because growing them is super low-impact… especially when we can source them locally! We’re currently bringing in beautiful fresh Shiitake mushrooms from the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Ellijay, Georgia. Perfect for your fall menu or a sustainable add on to holiday parties and events. We like to think...

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