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Weekly Market Report | March 14th, 2018

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St. Patrick’s Day is this Saturday so let your rep know if you’ve got a corned fish and seaweed menu that needs last minute help. It’s also time for Spring menu changes with the Vernal Equinox coming up next Tuesday, March 20th.

Here is what else you need to know:


Farmed Baja Striped Bass hits the sweet spot between exotic and familiar offering that has robust flavor, delicate flaky texture and can even work for some “local” menus.

Wild California White Bass fishing closes today but we do have product in house.

Mexican Shortfin Corvina offers all of the familiar flavor and texture of bass at a price point that allows for menu experimentation. Get it while it’s here!

Morro Bay Sablefish, Santa Barbara Spot Prawns, Grenadiers and Uni inventories might all be limited for the weekend due to weather but we currently have them all in stock.

Yellowtail fishing continues to be a non-starter. No product is expected this week.


American Red Snapper is one of the world’s most prized species of fish and always works as an eye catching special to hook your customers.

Char is limited for tomorrow but should be plentiful for the weekend.


Mahi fishing is currently limited in Mexico and Fiji, and prices could see a jump in the short term, but we will have product for this weekend.

Swordfish availability is looking good for the rest of the week.

Albacore shipments were late for today but shouldn’t be an issue going forward.

Ono (Wahoo) is extremely limited with no future shipments scheduled as of now.

Opah and Escolar are somewhat limited but we should be OK for this week.

Small-loin Yellowfin (Ahi) Tuna is low inventory for tomorrow but should be fine for the weekend. We have plenty of larger fish on hand.

Chilean Seabass Cheeks are always a fresh menu special idea for discerning diners.


Weather cycles continue to pound the East Coast but so far we aren’t seeing an extreme impact on most seafood offerings.

Live Lobster prices continue to rise amid expected weather-related shortages. We are cautiously optimistic that we will be able to cover all orders this week.

Monkfish and Skate Wing shipments are backed up but will be in for Friday.

Spanish Turbot brings a touch of class and refinement to any menu.


Nantucket Bay Scallops are not expected in this week but we do have some frozen inventory on hand.

Pacific Gold Oysters from Morro Bay are a great option for any oyster application.

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