We are a seafood importer and distributor with a specialty
in fresh wild caught fish - sustainably sourced from
South, Central and North America.
We are a seafood importer and distributor with a specialty in fresh wild caught fish - sustainably sourced from South, Central and North America.
FRESH YELLOWFIN TUNA
THUNNUS ALBACARES - WILD CAUGHT
Yellowfin tuna, also known as ‘ahi’ tuna, is the industry standard for red raw color and little to no fat content. It’s a great source of protein, vitamin B12 and omega-3 fatty acids. Caught in pelagic equatorial waters, the yellowfin tuna is highly migratory and among the largest species – reaching weights over 400lbs. According to most recent NOAA stock assessments, the species is not overfished.
XIPHIAS GLADIUS - WILD CAUGHT
A large, highly migratory and predatory fish – found primarily in warm and temperate oceans worldwide. Swordfish is low in fat and highly nutritional, providing an excellent source of selenium, vitamin D and omega-3 fatty acids. According to the NOAA stock assessments, the Eastern Pacific Ocean stock is not overfished but is subject to overfishing.
FRESH MAHI MAHI
CORYPHAENA HIPPURUS - WILD CAUGHT
Mahi mahi – also known as common dolphinfish or dorado – serves as a great source of protein, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids and B vitamins. Mahi mahi is a surface-dwelling fish found in offshore temperate waters around the world. Scientists believe the populations are stable because the species is highly productive and widely distributed throughout the tropical and subtropical Pacific.
FRESH GOLDEN CORVINA
CYNOSCION ALBUS - WILD CAUGHT
A high-quality protein and great source of omega-3 fatty acids, selenium and vitamins. The Golden Corvina is found in warm tropical waters – it is closely related to the croaker and drumfish. There are no current studies on corvina, but industry officials believe stocks are not overfished.
LACHNOLAIMUS MAXIMUS - WILD CAUGHT
Hog Snapper or Hogfish is sought-after for its tender and flaky white meat. It is commonly found throughout the Caribbean, even though its entire distribution is from North Carolina to Bermuda and the northern coast of South America. Hogfish stocks are susceptible to overfishing, therefore they are highly regulated and responsibly harvested.
FRESH YELLOWTAIL SNAPPER
OCYURUS CHRYSURUS - WILD CAUGHT
Yellowtail Snapper is popular for its mild flavor, firm texture and lean white meat. Native to the western Atlantic Ocean – commonly found in the Caribbean, the Gulf of Mexico, the Bahamas and South Florida. According to stock assessments, the species is not overfished. However, regulations are in place to make sure the combined recreational and commercial catches are low enough to prevent overfishing.
FRESH RED SNAPPER
LUTJANUS CAMPECHANUS - WILD CAUGHT
Red Snapper is highly coveted due to its mild and subtle taste – with a firm texture, its meat is lean and moist. Native to the western Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. The stock is not overfished and there’s a rebuilding plan in motion + regulations in place to ensure that the combined commercial and recreational catches are low enough to prevent overfishing.
FRESH YELLOWEDGE GROUPER
EPINEPHELUS FLAVOLIMBATUS - WILD CAUGHT
According to chefs, the meat has a similar taste to halibut and holds more moisture than other species – making it highly esteemed in the grouper world. Yellowedge Grouper can be found in the deep waters of the western Atlantic, including the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. According to NOAA stock assessments, they are not subject to overfishing.
MYCTEROPERCA BONACI - WILD CAUGHT
Black Grouper is the most widely used grouper because of its mild yet distinctive flavor – it’s a great source of protein, selenium and vitamins B6 + B12. They can be found in the western Atlantic from Massachusetts to Brazil, particularly throughout the Caribbean Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, Cuba and the Bahamas. According to NOAA, the stocks are not subject to overfishing.
FRESH RED GROUPER
EPINEPHELUS MORIO - WILD CAUGHT
Red Grouper has high culinary versatility due to its dense flakes and high oil content. It’s sweeter and milder than black grouper, with a firm and moist texture. Found in the western Atlantic Ocean, from Massachusetts through the Gulf of Mexico and southern Brazil. According to the latest NOAA stock assessment, they are not subject to overfishing.
FRESH B-LINER SNAPPER
RHOMBOPLITES AUROUBENS - WILD CAUGHT
Vermilion Snappers or B-liners are popular because of their sweet, melt-in-your-mouth taste and texture. They are low in sodium and saturated fat, making it a great source of protein. Found from North Carolina to Florida – including the Gulf of Mexico, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean Sea to south Brazil. According to the NOAA stock assessment, they are not subject to overfishing.