For all wholesale fresh seafood inquiries, please call us at 800-944-7848.
We have many fish selections available but pricing and inventory change daily. Our sales staff is happy to make recommendations. Please remember that fresh fish is subject to fishery and seasonal constraints during the course of the year. Pricing includes the special packaging required to ensure that your fish arrives as fresh as when it came out of the water. We are pleased to fillet most whole fish at no extra charge. We ship priority for next day delivery to your door to ensure the highest quality of freshness.
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Maine Dayboat Sea Scallops$75.00
Sea Scallops are among the most coveted of American shellfish and the cold Gulf of Maine waters produce some of the best! Known for their sweetness and firm texture, wild caught Atlantic Sea Scallops are special for any menu. But buyer beware, many scallops on the market can be frozen first and imported from overseas,…
Belon Oysters from Maine$60.00
Known more accurately as “The European Flat Oyster” (only true “Belons” come from the Belon River estuary in Brittany, France) these large oysters were transplanted to Maine decades ago. Now found both wild and in limited aquaculture, the “Belon” is hand-harvested in sub tidal coves and inlets where our Maine Rivers meet the sea. Unlike…
Deep water scallops are a true delicacy from the sea – sweet and rich, with a firm texture and creamy white meat. Delicious served with pasta, sauteed, baked, breaded and broiled, the scallop is one of the best treats of the sea. Ours are shucked, never frozen, and packed “Dry” (never soaked with water or…
Oysters, Pacific – Seasonal Assortment$84.00
Pacific Oysters are Crassostrea gigas – and unlike our native Atlantic Eastern Oysters, are originally transplants from Japan. Milder in flavor, crisp, and less briny than our local New England oysters, the Pacific oysters are generally smaller, with deep cups and distinct, ridged shells. Perfect for service on the half shell, or try them on…
Maine Lobster Tails$80.00
True Maine Lobster tails – shell on, frozen and uncooked. Thaw and put in the pot or on the grill. Each Tail is Approximately 6-7 oz Each/ 2-3 Tails per Pound. Sold Net Weight of 2 Lbs. Frozen. Wild Caught. Maine, US.
Urchin Roe, “Uni”$42.00
Spiny Sea Urchins are found along the coast of Maine through the Canadian Maritimes and yield creamy “Uni” – the corral, or roe, of the urchin. Ours come in ocean fresh and are processed right here in Portland, Maine. Removed from their shell, the bright yellow-to orange lobes are perfect when cooked for omelettes or…
Oysters, Eastern – Seasonal Assortment$84.00
Atlantic Oysters are all Crassostrea virginica – but not necessarily created equal. We believe that those hailing from the cold waters of Maine and New England are the best anywhere -robust and briny in flavor. Perfect for service on the half shell, with or without mignonettes, or try them baked or on the grill. We…
Good octopus is hard to find. Ours are wild caught off the coast of Spain in basket traps. Unlike squid, octopus should be cooked or simmered a long time to achieve perfect tenderness. Octopus is wonderful in stews, cooked and served over salads, grilled, or even precooked, chilled, and served as nigiri-sushi. Sold Whole, Uncleaned.…
Marine Phytoplankton – “Mediterranean Taste” (Tetraselmi Chuii)$99.00
Championed in culinary circles by acclaimed Chef Angel Leon of Spain’s Aponiente Restaurant, he uses this sea vegetable to enhance various dishes with the flavor of the ocean. From an accompaniment for oysters and sardines to a dairy replacement for risotto, this sea vegetable is fresh pairing to any seafood presentation. When preparing Marine Plankton…
Maine Lobster Meat$110.00
True Maine Lobster Tail, Claw and Knuckle Meat- steamed, picked and ready to eat. Ideal for salads, pasta dishes, and (of course) as lobster rolls. FROZEN. Sold Net Weight of 2 Lbs. Wild Caught. Maine, US.
Littlenecks are small cherrystone clams – which in turn are small quahogs, a name of Native American derivation. They are called “littlenecks” for the spiral-shaped point, or neck, near the valve of the shell, which is hard and strong. The meat of these clam is tender and coveted when served raw on the half shell.…
Langoustines are always in high demand and are widely regarded by chefs as one of the top shellfish species available on the market. Renowned for its delicate texture and flavor, they look very similar to the American lobster, but are much smaller, more slender through the body, and have elongated narrow pincers instead of wide…