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Inland is Tops in Sustainability & Conservation!

Inland Seafood is honored to announce that we’ve been named to the SeafoodSource Top 25: Seafood Sustainability & Conservation!   To compile this year’s list, the SeafoodSource editorial team conducted an extensive nomination and analysis process involving the consultation of a panel of outside experts renowned in the seafood sustainability community. In tandem with the panelists’ recomme...

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Postcard from Maine

Postcard from Maine

Enjoy this late summer update from our friends up at Inland Lobster The summer of 2020 was relentless with restaurants pivoting to take out, home delivery, e-commerce, etc. Chefs, Wholesalers and consumers got creative out of sheer necessity. The local tourism industry took a huge hit up here in Maine this Summer with the absence of cruise ships due to Covid-19. Lobster catch is down from...

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Riverence Trout - A Perfect Fall Fish

We are bringing in Riverence Trout – responsibly raised on land-based farms. The team at Riverence consistently delivers high quality, sustainable fish with minimal environmental impact, while taking care of the resources we have, to do more with less, and to provide a safe, premium food source that will serve humanity for generations to come. Did we mention it’s delicious? Here's a few more...

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Offshore Aquaculture Moving Ahead in California

The LA Times just ran a story we think you should read introducing what could be the first open-ocean fish farm in federal waters. According to the Times story, the proposed farm “would be about four miles offshore of San Diego and would generate 5,000 metric tons of sushi-grade yellowfish each year — enough for 11 million servings of the popular seafood.” Here’s a bit more detail (or read t...

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Reframing the Sustainability Narrative

We’re looking forward to broadening our own narrative when it comes to sustainable seafood by attending this free webinar on September 30, featuring the work of Michael F. Tlusty, an associate professor at the University of Massachusetts at Boston’s School for the Environment. Here’s a brief description of the presentation Seafood is important for human nutrition and as a low environmenta...

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