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Delicious Dishes with the Fishes

Delicious Dishes with the Fishes

Sometimes working for Inland is hard. For instance, we recently sent our two newest sales reps in New Orleans (Jason Vu and Matthew Engle) to attend a 6-course dinner (with wine pairings) at the Audubon Aquarium. Horrible, right? The dinner was part of the third annual Summer of Sustainability dinner series hosted at Audubon Aquarium of the Americas and featured the chefs of the Gulf United For...

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Pearls of the Chesapeake

Pearls of the Chesapeake

Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the country. Fresh water from rivers like the Potomac, the Rappahannock, and the James feeds this well-protected basin. That flow of fresh water keeps the bay full of nutrients and balances the salinity of the bay, making it a the perfect place to grow plump, delicious oysters. We periodically offer a variety of oysters from the smaller channels and i...

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Seafood + Charcuterie = Happy Customers

Seafood + Charcuterie = Happy Customers

Sharable plates and the art of charcuterie are both trending in the restaurant world. We’re excited about what this intersection means for seafood lovers! If you’re thinking about offering a seafood focused charcuterie plate on your menu, we’ve got some inspiration for you. Smoked fish is an easy way to start. Whether you offer it straight up or worked into a spread or mousse, having a selec...

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Sea Turtle Safe Handling & Release Gear Outreach on the West Coast of Florida

If you’re curious about the day-to-day effort that NOAA Fisheries and fishermen put into reducing bycatch, here’s a recent release announcing upcoming outreach opportunities to educate on handling and releasing sea turtles on the west coast of Florida. According to the release: NOAA Fisheries requires sea turtle safe handling and release gear be on board federally permitted commercial and...

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Rain, Tides, and Shellfish Supply

Rain, Tides, and Shellfish Supply

We work hard to keep you stocked up on seafood. But there are definitely days we have to make that phone call letting you know we can’t fill your order exactly as you might want it. Often it is an issue that’s completely out of our control. When it comes to shellfish, natural forces – like tides and rain– are constant challenges. We want to give you a few more details on why we specifically ...

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