Rainbow Trout

Contains two 5-6 oz. portions

$16
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Our PezCo Rainbow Trout fillets are humanely raised in natural spring waters originating from the Andes Mountains. The trout are fed a plant-based diet and are never given any antibiotics or additives, which produces a world-class product that you’ll instantly fall in love with. Surprisingly flavorful and very easy to prepare and cook, you will understand why PezCo Rainbow Trout is frequently featured on menus from coast to coast by the country’s top chefs.

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Arteseans (SeaCorp Peru S.A.C.)

Sechura Bay, located on the northwestern tip of Peru, is home to one of the most interesting fisheries in the world. Each day during the harvest season, divers go out to a dedicated zone of the bay and dive around 10-16 feet to hand pick our Arteseans delicate sweet scallops right off the bay floor.

Without impacting the environment, our harvester, Ian Hanschke, and his divers work meticulously to pick the best scallops to fill their daily quota. Once the daily catch is filled, the boats go directly to the dock and are unloaded into refrigerated trucks. Within hours, all of the scallops are shucked, cleaned, and blast frozen at state-of-the-art facilities nearby.

Considered an aqua-farmed fishery, juvenile scallops are caught outside of Sechura Bay, placed in the zones, then allowed to grow naturally in these nutrient-dense waters. You will truly enjoy the uniqueness of the natural, Arteseans Diver-Caught Bay Scallops. Try them for yourself!

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Aurora

Aurora Salmon is raised in fjords surrounded by the magnificent scenery of northern Norway with its spectacular light. The feed for Aurora Salmon results from a wide range of conscious choices to ensure the fish get all the vitamins and nutrients they need without introducing antibiotics into their diets. They are also fed with micro-algae to secure a high level of health, benefitting omega3-fatty acids.

Additionally, the free-flowing marine waters keep the fish healthy, active, and stress-free, contributing to the clean taste and flakey texture they’re known for. Aurora Salmon has the highest amount of Omega-3 fatty acids than any other salmon that we tested against. So, if you’re looking for the world’s best salmon, you’ve found it here!.

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Harvest of the Sea

For nearly 60 years, Harvest of the Sea has continued to be both a pioneer and world leader in supplying premium shrimp and seafood products. Harvest of the Sea is a family owned and operated company that began as a fish market in 1961, and it has been instrumental in the development of the aquafarming industry. Additionally, it has been globally recognized not only for its innovation but also for its commitment to creating a socially responsible enlivenment for the families who farm, harvest, and process the very seafood KnowSeafood offer.

Best known for quality, transparency, and sustainability, Harvest of the Sea has set many of the global standards that guide our industry today. That footprint reflects a long-standing system of best practices that detail how all of our shrimp is required to be fully traceable to the source, audited not just by in-house labs, but also by an independent third party. Most important is that each package must meet our rigid criteria for accuracy and complete disclosure of every ingredient.

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For nearly 60 years, Harvest of the Sea has continued to be both a pioneer and world leader in supplying premium shrimp and seafood products. Harvest of the Sea is a family-owned and operated company that began as a fish market in 1961, and it has been instrumental in the development of the aquafarming industry. Additionally, it has been globally recognized not only for its innovation but also for its commitment to creating a socially responsible enlivenment for the families who farm, harvest, and process the very seafood KnowSeafood offer.

Best known for quality, transparency, and sustainability, Harvest of the Sea has set many of the global standards that guide our industry today. That footprint reflects a long-standing system of best practices that detail how our Branzino is required to be fully traceable to the source, audited not just by in-house labs, but also by an independent third party. Most important is that each package must meet our rigid criteria for accuracy and complete disclosure of every ingredient.

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KnowSeafood

Harvested in an area in the North Atlantic called Georges Bank, our wild-caught, sustainable KnowSeafood Signature haddock fillets have been a New England favorite for generations.

Fishing out of our home town of New Bedford, Massachusetts, the local fishermen sail their trawlers to this nutrient-dense body of water and spend a few days towing their nets to land these native fish. Since there are limitations to how much haddock can be harvested, fish are caught to a quota and are not overfished.

Once back to the New Bedford docks, these fresh fish are processed, hand-filleted, packaged, and blast-frozen within hours of being caught.

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KS Signatures

Harvested in an area in the North Atlantic called Georges Bank, our wild-caught, sustainable KnowSeafood Signature haddock fillets have been a New England favorite for generations.

Fishing out of our home town of New Bedford, Massachusetts, the local fishermen sail their trawlers to this nutrient-dense body of water and spend a few days towing their nets to land these native fish. Since there are limitations to how much haddock can be harvested, fish are caught to a quota and are not overfished.

Once back to the New Bedford docks, these fresh fish are processed, hand-filleted, packaged, and blast-frozen within hours of being caught.

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Our KS Signature Monkfish is caught off the coast of Massachusetts and at times off the coast of Maine. The directed fishery for Monkfish is relatively new; these fish were once considered nothing more than bycatch. However, as other groundfish like cod and halibut declined in the 1980s and 1990s, more and more Monkfish were caught in New England and the Mid-Atlantic. As a result, they, too, became overfished. Now that our scientific understanding of their populations improved and fishing effort declined, Monkfish are no longer overfished.

 The market for Monkfish is for human consumption. U.S. wild-caught monkfish is a smart seafood choice because it is sustainably managed and responsibly harvested under U.S. regulations. Regulations limit possession of bycatch species and require modified fishing gear to reduce bycatch.

A Monkfish Fact: A fish for monks: It's believed monks used to head down to fishing markets and ask for any unused fish. As Monkfish have an unappealing look and were often caught as a byproduct, fishmongers would give their Monkfish to the church to eat!

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Our Yellowfin Tuna is hand-caught by fishermen in the pristine Laccadive Sea located between the Maldives and Sri Lanka and the native seas throughout Indonesia. Because they are hand caught, there is no harm to any by-catch, and each tuna is pulled onto the boat and iced immediately.

The catch is brought back to shore as soon as possible to greatly reduce the stress on the tuna and increase the quality significantly as compared to “long line” tuna.

Our Yellowfin Tuna leads the way for food safety and quality because of our commitment to never using any additives and our uncompromising harvesting methods and processing protocols.

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Maldives Quality Seafood Pvt. Ltd.

Our Maldhoni Yellowfin Tuna is hand-caught by fishermen in the pristine Laccadive Sea located between the Maldives and Sri Lanka. Because they are hand caught, there is no harm to any by-catch, and each tuna is pulled onto the boat and iced immediately.

The catch is brought back to shore as soon as possible to greatly reduce the stress on the tuna and increase the quality significantly as compared to “long line” tuna.

Our Maldhoni Yellowfin Tuna leads the way for food safety and quality because of our commitment to never using any additives and our uncompromising harvesting methods and processing protocols.

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Nordic Inc.

Nordic Wild Caught Sea Scallops, harvested in the deep Northeast Atlantic Ocean, are considered one of the most highly sought after delicacies of the ocean.

Dan and Daneen Eilertsen are the owners and operators of Nordic and have been harvesting scallops in these waters for decades. The six scallop vessels Nordic uses are considered the best in the New Bedford, MA fleet, as each vessel is constantly upgraded with new technology and procedures.

Committed to sustainability, the Nordic Wild Caught Sea Scallop is one of the greatest recoveries of an overfished fishery and this has a lot to do with fisherman like Dan. Dan works closely with and offers his fleet to the NOAA Marine Fisheries, and the University of Massachusetts throughout the year for ocean surveys of not only sea scallops, but also for other at-risk species such as cod and flounder.

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Oceano Seafood

Oceano Seafood is located in the largest and most biodiverse ocean in the world, responsibly capturing the Pacific’s best seafood by working with thousands of Peruvian artisanal fishermen. Together, we maintain the highest standards of fishing practices to protect the Pacific’s resources and delicate ecosystem.

Oceano mahi-mahi are harvested from these waters from October to April by hundreds of artisanal day boats that work with agencies, such as the Peruvian Institute of the Sea, to improve the sustainability of the fishery and lessen the impact on the other species mahi-mahi coexist with.

All of our Oceano mahi-mahi can be linked to the individual boats used on each trip to ensure that short- and long-term sustainability standards are always met.

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Omega Azul Seafood's Baja Kanpachi® has met the ASC's global standard for responsibly farmed seafood. The farm is located in the remote, pristine waters of La Paz, Baja, California South. The location was carefully planned to minimize the impact on the local environment while also providing optimal conditions for fish health and growth. Baja Kanpachi® is a clean fish free of antibiotics, hormones, or steroids, and because it is aqua raised, Baja Kanpachi has no detectable levels of mercury.

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Open Blue takes extreme care to raise the perfect fish from their state-of-the-art hatchery to their offshore open ocean farms. Open Blue is a pioneer in deep water, open ocean mariculture – their fully submersible SeaStations situated 8 miles offshore are designed to withstand the most challenging ocean conditions such as strong currents, high wind speeds, and wave heights. Determined to create the most innovative and sustainable operation possible, Open Blue selected the Caribbean coastal waters of Panama as an ideal location and Cobia as the perfect fish to feed a growing world – a fish with great flavor and texture, rich in Omega-3 and a minimal environmental footprint.

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PezCo

PezCo, our rainbow trout harvester, is owned and operated by brothers Juan-Carlos and Luis-Ignacio Libreros. With decades of experience and a commitment to the highest international standards, their responsibility to nature and the local community is deeply rooted in their foundational values.

Working with government organizations, Juan-Carlos, Luis-Ignacio, and the PezCo organization helped retrain and provide meaningful and rewarding employment to many of the indigenous Colombian natives that were compromised during the drug war conflict.

PezCo production systems are certified as Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) by the Global Aquaculture Alliance & Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC). The processing facilities employ Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and are Hazard Analysis- and Critical Control Points (HACCP)-certified.

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Rocky Coast

Rocky Coast Lobsters from Maine! Just these words are really all that is needed to know that these lobsters are the best. Direct from the day boats that are fishing out of Owls Head, Maine, our Rocky Coast Lobster Tails are hauled from the bottom of these deep cold North Atlantic waters and brought to the dock hours later. Here’s a few reasons why Maine Lobsters make a difference.

The colder the water, the sweeter the meats there is more meat to the tail…the favorite part of the lobster for many lobster lovers. Next is the size of the lobster. The larger a lobster gets, the less meat in the tail and also can be a little tougher as well. Our Rocky Coast lobsters can only be under 5 inches in the body length, which means you are getting the best tasting lobster.

Boats are out by 6 in the morning, off-loading by 2 in the afternoon, stored in lobster tanks overnight and then process, packed and frozen the next day. Rocky Coast Lobsters from Owls Head Maine, there’s the difference!

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Royal Greenland

Our Royal Greenland cold-water shrimp are a true delicacy with their bright-pink color and firm, juicy texture. From their origin in the ice-cold and clear waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic Oceans, the cold-water shrimp grow slowly until reaching full size at six years. Due to the slow growth, the flavors and texture are given time to fully develop. The sweet and savory flavors combined with a juicy bite offer a full culinary experience. The shrimp are also high in protein and low in fat, making them a healthy choice.

All Royal Greenland cold-water shrimp are caught inshore near the Royal Greenland processing facilities where they are peeled and cooked in a continuous process to preserve the delicate taste and texture. They are individually quick-frozen to make portioning easy. Gentle thawing in the refrigerator preserves the natural flavors best.

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Seafood Producers Cooperative

Seafood Producers Cooperative (SPC) is North America’s oldest and most successful fishermen’s co-op. Since 1944, SPC has been delivering premium-quality seafood caught on hook and line by families of fishermen. Of the co-op’s members, 397 calls Alaska home, and 216 have Sitka as their mailing address. Many of our members fish with family, either as husband-wife teams and/or with their children. Others hire deckhands while many of our members fish alone, enjoying the special connection they have with the ocean. One Fish at A Time is the gold standard for sustainability and is a traditional fishing method that results in extremely high-quality fish. Careful handling of Seafood Producers Cooperative fish results in the highest quality seafood you can find!

Catching fish, fish that feeds people, makes them happy, and provides a healthy protein for their diets, is an experience the SPC fishermen and families hold dear, taking their work very seriously and take pride in their work quality.

When you get fish from a fishermen’s co-op, you get the fish from a fisherman.

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CJ
08/21/2021
Constance J.
United States United States
Yes!

my favorite!

LM
08/09/2021
L M.
United States United States
Rainbow trout

Great

CR
08/01/2021
Cynthia R.
United States United States
Love your seafood

We love what we have ordered. Always delicious and fresh!

SM
07/14/2021
Sue M.
United States United States
Mild and delicious

Its a great fish but very easy to over cook. We bake it in parchment with some lime.

07/08/2021
Anonymous
United States United States
Trout

It was fabulous ks is worth every penny

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