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"Successful farms and healthy waters"

"Successful farms and healthy waters", that's the mission of Oyster South, an organziation working to support oyster farmers and the businesses that depneding on them around the south. According to Oyster South, "oyster farming and the culture that accompanies it is the heartbeat of Oyster South. Our mission is to cultivate a South that encourages and includes successful farms, healthy waters a...

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Celebrate Spring with Wild Alaska Halibut!

Celebrate Spring with Wild Alaska Halibut!

The 2019 Alaska longline season is open which means were seeing our first deliveries of wild Alaska halibut! We love this seasonal offering for so many reasons- it's delicious, it's sustainable, and it is a great way to support Alaska's hard working fishermen, processors, and other businesses that benefit from working waterfronts.  Our friends at the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute remind...

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Black Bass vs. Lobsters in the North Atlantic

Homarus americanus vs. Centropristis striata Who Will Win? Carve out some time this weekend to enjoy this interesting story about northward-moving black bass and their voracious appetite for lobsters. Managing ever-changing fishery populations that are impacted by unpredictable variations is a difficult challenge! One thing we know for sure – black bass that are feeding on lobsters have got ...

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Springtime is Lamb Time

Springtime is Lamb Time

Your customers will be delighted to find lamb on your spring menu - make sure you're offering them the best! That means lamb from Border Springs, available from Inland.  Why do we source Border Springs Lamb? For all the right reasons… Border Springs natural lamb is responsibly raised on pastures and is never treated with hormones or antibiotics. A specially grown grass blend ensures proper n...

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Inventory Highlights, Week of March 11, 2019

We're always excited to offer you a wide variety of domestically harvested seafood! Our wild stocks are well managed and responsibly harvested - no matter what part of the U.S. they come from - and our ability to enforce the rules that protect our fisheries are second-to-none. Our fishermen work hard under a sometimes complicated system of rules and regulations designed to protect them, the eco...

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