Frequently Asked Questions
Many experts and chefs have stated recently that blast and quick frozen seafood rivals or surpasses the quality of most consumer available fresh products.
The word fresh today only means that the item was never frozen. As we all know, it takes very little time for a raw fish fillet to go bad.The quick freezing methods being used today can freeze the cells of meat fast enough that they remain undamaged, while additionally maintaining a firm texture.
One item of concern tends to be farm raised seafood. We generally try to carry “ocean raised” instead of “pond raised’ in most farm raised products. All items regardless of harvest method are inspected by US health departments.
While some items may be listed as “Sashimi” it is still recommended to cook seafood fully before serving. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of food-borne illness, especially if you have certain medical conditions.