Our Prime Seafood is caught, cut, and packaged at sea. This allows you to enjoy it at the peak of freshness. Whether you need it for a night of meal prep on the weekend or a dinner during the week, our salmon, snapper, shrimp, or trout will always be at its best. Green rated for sustainability, our process ensures harm of bycatch is limited and we leave the habitats and environments better than we found them. Eat great, feel great, and always have the seafood you're craving on hand.
What You'll Get
2 (8oz) Rainbow Trout Skin On Boneless or 2lbs Wild Caught Bay Scallops
4 (8oz) Skin On Boneless Atlantic Salmon Filets
4 (8oz) Wild Caught Pacific Snapper Boneless
4lbs of Organic Shrimp Peeled and Deveined
What Good You'll Do
10 Meals Donated to Local Food Banks
Support for American Farms & Ranchers
How is “frozen” fish really “fresh” fish?
Most seafood sold these days is frozen at some point. In the seafood world, freezing fish after the catch is normal, and it seals in quality at the peak freshness. If it’s frozen correctly, like how we do it, it preserves the quality better than the majority of the “fresh” seafood on the market today.
Is the seafood sustainably caught?
Yes, our Seafood is Green Rated for Sustainability. We do everything we can to preserve the environments we fish in and reduce the harm of bycatch.
How is each cut of seafood in the box packaged?
Every piece is vacuum sealed and flash-frozen. This is the safest way for us to package the meat. It allows you to store it for up to a year and makes meal prep, thawing, and portion control quick and easy.
Do I have to thaw the seafood before cooking?
You can skip thawing the fish and cook it frozen straight from the freezer. Remember though, doing so will add more minutes to the total cook time. Keep an eye on the color and internal temperature to ensure you get the cook you want when using frozen fish.
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