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Commercial fishing vessels venture into open waters with nets. They catch edible marine animals and clean them on the boats. These items are placed in freezers or chilled. At the wharf or pier, the items are picked up by wholesalers and brokers back on shore. They distribute the products to retail stores or seafood markets. They may also go to an import or export business for further processing. This is how marine life makes it to your table.

Anglers enjoy freshwater meats like Alaskan salmon, bass and trout. Reeling one of these provides a true sense of accomplishment. For those who dislike fishing, buy these fish favorites in a store or from a dealer. Halibut, lobster, shrimp and tuna are other popular items. Specialty fish products like shelled fish, canned crab, caviar and smoked salmon make great gifts.

This industry is filled with strict rules on how much, when and where items can be caught. These rules are in place to prevent overfishing. These rules also drive prices up from time to time. You'll notice certain items are cheaper in the summer than in the winter. Use this to your advantage. Stock up on items when they are low priced. Cook and freeze products for soups or freeze raw for later use. Frozen marine animals keep for three to six months on average. Make sure it is wrapped tightly. Any exposure to air will ruin the quality.

Quality is key to great tasting meals. Keep your marine animals in the refrigerator until you need them. If you're serving live lobster, crab, oysters, clams or mussels, avoid placing them in plastic bags as they can suffocate. Shop for seafood from a reputable market, broker or wholesaler.

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1690 Stone Village Ln NW Ste 421, Kennesaw, GA 30152
(770) 425-6013  
Fish and seafood brokers will buy a wide variety of products from fish exporters and importers. Alaskan shellfish, salmon, tuna, lobster, trout, halibut, caviar, and crabs are common. A dealer may visit a wharf in person and buy seafood that has only just been caught to then sell it to their clients. Fresh and frozen varieties are available to choose from. The marine fish market has products that range in price depending on supply and demand factors. You can search online or in a phone book to find a fish and seafood broker. Also asking friends and family if they know of anyone can be a great way to gather your options. If you want to find a retail or wholesale store that buys from dealers you can also ask around to see who has the best quality and the freshest fish to choose from. Shrimp, fish oil, salmon, and other types of fish have been popular in the industry for many years. If you have a specific area you like your seafood to come from you can work directly with a dealer and receive wholesale prices for your purchase. The market for crab and other varieties will vary depending on if they're in season or not. Buying products that are in season may give you a cheaper alternative than if you were looking for something that was rare to find throughout that time of year. Finding a person you trust to buy from is important so you know the products they sell, whether it's trout, caviar, or tuna, is fresh and good to eat.



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