Oysters, Sweet Island Kiss

Jason Oh

Species Name:Crassostrea virginica Sustainability Rating: Green – Best Choice What:A fantastic farm-raised oysters from Canada When: Where/How:Where: Rustico, Prince Edward Island How: Farm-raised Back to Product Guide Characteristics ) Harvested from the crystal clear waters of Rustico, Sweet Island Kiss oysters offer an exceptional culinary experience. These choice size delicacies boast a briny flavor with a hint of sweetness and …

Swordfish (DSBG Caught)

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Why Deep-Set Buoy Gear? Buoy strike indicators show when a fish is on the line, allowing for rapid processing of swordfish and live release of non-target catch Non-targets like sea turtles and sharks are avoided by strategically positioning hooks at depths below the surface waters during the day Deep-setting provides the west coast with a low-impact option for landing local …

Shrimp, Wild Blue

Jason Oh

Species Name:Litopenaeus stylirostris Sustainability Rating:Yellow – Good Alternative What:Fresh wild Blue Mexican Shrimp caught by small panga boats. Available through Special Order Only (Order by Thursday for Wednesday Delivery) Packed in 20lb cases When:Seasonal (September-March) Where/How:Where: Sea of Cortez; Gulf of California How: Wild-Caught; Drift net, Cast nets, and bottom trawl from panga boats Back to Product Guide Characteristics Boat-to-Table …

Salmon, IceFjord

Jason Oh

Species Name:Salmo salar Sustainability Rating:ASC Certified What:ASC certified premium Atlantic Salmon from Iceland, where fish farming regulations are among the strictest in the world regarding environmental impact. When:Available Year-Round Where/How:Where – Iceland How – Farm-Raised Back to Product Guide Characteristics IceFjord Salmon is raised and harvested in the pristine waters of Iceland, home to only 1.5% of the world’s salmon …

Squid, California Market

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Species Name:Doryteuthis opalescens Sustainability Rating:Green – Best Choice What:California Market Squid has been a local industry since the 1860’s, when Chinese Fisherman began harvesting this tasty seafood off Monterey Bay… in the 1980’s  increased effort in Southern California increased squid landings state-wide. The Monterey Bay season runs from April to November and in Southern California landings begin in November and run through April. …

Oysters, Coromandel

Jason Oh

Species Name:Crassostrea gigas Sustainability Rating:Green – Best Choice What:A Pacific Oyster from the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand When:Available May – October Where/How:Where – New Zealand How – Farm Raised Back to Product Guide Characteristics Harvested from the pristine waters surrounding the Coromandel Peninsula, the flavor of these oysters reflects the nutrient-rich and pollution-free waters from which they are harvested. …

Oysters, Island Petite

Jason Oh

Species Name:Crassostrea gigas Sustainability Rating:Green – Best Choice What:Carefully farm-raised Pacific Oysters from Northern Puget Sound in Samish Bay, Washington. When:Available Year-Round Where/How:Where – Washington How – Farm-raised Back to Product Guide Characteristics These 2-inch size oysters are tumbled and as a result, have smooth, strong shells that are great for presentation and shucking. Though they may be small, these …

Oysters, Buckley Bay

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Species Name:Crassostrea gigas Sustainability Rating: Green – Best Choice What:A farm-raised Pacific Oyster from Baynes Sound. When:Available Year-Round Where/How:Where: British Columbia How: Tray-raised and beach finished Back to Product Guide Characteristics Buckley Bay Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) is a Pacific Oyster from Baynes Sound, southern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. These 3” to 3.5” size oysters are tray-raised and beach …

Oysters, Misty Point

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Species Name:Crassostrea virginica Sustainability Rating:Green – Best Choice What:An Eastern oyster cultivated in Virginia When:Available Year-Round Where/How:Where – Virginia How – Farm-raised Back to Product Guide Characteristics Misty Point oysters (Crassostrea virginica) are from the renowned growing area of Pope’s Bay, Virginia. These petite, cocktail-size oysters (2″-3″) contain a surprisingly robust flavor. Its briny, earthy, almost sweet meat has a …