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Wild Atlantic Salmon Surge!

We don’t talk about wild Atlantic salmon here very often (if ever) since there is no commercial harvest of this fish, but we did want to share this good news (and cross our fingers) that maybe someday there will be! NOAA announced recently that the Penobscot River salmon run had “surged” for the second straight year! We have to take this number with a grain of salt – it doesn’t sound huge – ...

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Tomato Time!

Tom O’Neal has been growing tomatoes for over 20 years – so he definitely knows a thing or two about getting you the tastiest tomato in Tennessee. We’re bringing in a limited amount of Tom’s heirlooms right now while they are at their summer peak – sweet, juicy, and delicious. “These tomatoes are grown for flavor,” Tom told us, “while commercialized slicing tomatoes are grown for shelflife a...

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Stay Informed with the James Beard Foundation

The James Beard Foundation continues to be a wealth of information and inspiration. They have new webinars scheduled for next week (and an impressive archive of past webinars archived here). Tuesday, July 7: COVID-19 and Supply Chains 2:00 P.M. ET Featuring: Andrew Greene, Compass Group; Chef Adrian Lipscombe, Uptown Cafe and the 40 Acres and a Mule Project, La Crosse, WI; A-dae Romero...

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Stock your Freezer with Alaska Salmon

We’ve got some great frozen Alaska salmon options that can help you stay on top of inventory, reduce waste, and ensure you never run out of seafood! Just like customers who have replaced frequent grocery shopping trips in favor of a more “stock up” focused approach, we’re encouraging you to think of your freezer like you think of your pantry. Keep a supply of frozen Alaska salmon on hand ...

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Can Seafood Feed the World?

We believe in sustainable seafood as a way to feed the world! We're not alone...

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