Wednesday, July 25, 2012


Good Morning Chefs and Buyers,
We are finally getting a good amount of Wild Striped Bass tonight.  Massachusetts is pulling in fish that meet New York size requirements.  We should be well stocked for tomorrow.  Cape May, New Jersey sent us more U/10 and 10/20 Scallops that look lovely.  Local Tuna couldn't be fresher this morning.  Fluke may be an issue for a few days.  They aren't catching enough fish to meet demand.  Domestic east coast Oysters are a problem right now.  Neither Long Island, nor Connecticut seem to be producing anything.  Oysters from Canada are your best bet.
Beautiful Swordfish arrived this morning.  Some of the fish are from Canada, and some came our way from Ecuador.  Mahi Mahi from Guatemala is set to arrive tonight.  These fish will be head off and gutted, but we're being told they will be on the smaller side.  We are expecting our weekly Sardine shipment from Portugal tonight and they are always excellent.
Wild Salmon is still running strong.  California is sending us Wild King Salmon almost daily.  Sockeye Salmon from Alaska are in good supply as well.  Jumbo Black Sea Bass continues to look great.  The fish weigh between 3 and 5 pounds and come to us from Boston.  New England fishing grounds are currently infested with Dogfish.  This is wreaking havoc on Cod, Pollock, and Hake catches. 
Florida is sending us some great stuff tonight.  We are expecting Red Grouper that weigh between 5 and 10 pounds.  We are always thrilled with these fish.  Red Snappers should be available in all sizes 2 pounds and up.  Fresh 16/20 Gulf Shrimp are on their way here again and are always fantastic.
"Be yourself.  The world worships the original." -Ingrid Bergman
Have a great day.
Mark Remore
Account Executive
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