This week's sustainability highlights, as always, feature our great selection of domestic fish (especially push items)

  • Day boat red grouper
  • Lobsters
  • Mahi from Louisiana
  • Carolina Flounder and black bass
  • Triggerfish, Coastal Georgia


People are heading into this first weekend of the new year committed to sticking to their resolutions... always in the top 3? Eat healthy! Of course that includes a variety of seafood (and other) options, here's 2 reasons why:

1. Seafood, especially farmed and wild salmon from around the world and domestic and imported tuna, along with responsibly raised Springer Mountain Farms chicken are good sources of Vitamin B6 which we all need  for proper brain function. B6 helps the body make the hormones serotonin (regulates mood) and norepinephrine (helps you cope with stress).

2. Also good for the brain and body? Omega-3 fatty acids! Find it in salmon, oysters & mussels, anchovies & mackerel. Who wants to chug fish oil when you can enjoy a delicious meal?