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Score the Game Winning Point with these Local Lunch Spots

Thanks to Kim Severson and the New York Times for a detailed write up about where to eat during Super Bowl week in Atlanta! So many Inland Seafood customers getting the credit they deserve. Read Kim's "Game Plan for Eating Well in Atlanta" here and start making some reservations!   If you’ve got friends and family in town and you're looking for some hyper-local Atlanta restaurant recommendat...

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Super Shellfish for the Big Game

Super Shellfish for the Big Game

We couldn’t love oysters more. Paired with a side of excitement for America’s favorite sporting event and you’ve got a recipe for total customer delight! We’ve sourced five East Coast oysters just about perfect for this weekend. They are going to sell out, so order today: ·         Patriots Pride - pictured (Barnstable, MA)   ·         Pigskin Pearls (Katama Bay, MA) ·         Hail Ma...

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The Magic of Mussels

The Magic of Mussels

No matter where they come from, all our farmed mussels can be considered a super food -- good for your health and good for the planet.  Add in there the fact that they’re good for your bottom line as well! Generally easy to raise, mussels are a cornerstone of the US aquaculture industry. It’s a small cornerstone however, and we’d love to see supply/demand for all domestic aquaculture product...

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Sustainability is Smart Business

Data from the Kings of Research at Neilson reinforces the fact that sustainability helps drive consumer spending. Neilson shared some information about this very subject recently, and the findings are insightful. Here's an important point from the reserach; the majority (73%) of global consumers say they would definitely or probably change their consumption habits to reduce their impact on the ...

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Did you know Seafood is good for Eyesight? Just sayin'

Eating more seafood is good for everyone. Including NFL referees. Now that our friends in New Orleans have had some time to process the Saints/Rams debacle, here are some resources on how seafood is good for your eyes: Did you know: eating seafood contributes to vision development and nerve growth in the retina? Learn more here: https://www.seafoodhealthfacts.org/seafood-nutrition/healthc...

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