There have always been reasons to stockpile certain household items like toilet paper, paper towels, soap, canned foods, maybe even wine. (for the record, we’re not opposed to that)  Some people even take it to another level and build out an entire room for their inventory of non-perishable items.  While our spare room isn’t being used to hoard any of these items, our second freezer is FULL.  And it’s full of fish.

So how will stocking up on frozen seafood help you?

Buying in bulk is environmentally friendly when it comes to shipping.  Our boxes contain 16 portions of 6-ounce filets.  That’s 16 dinners that are already in your house.  That’s one shipment, one trip from our distribution center straight to your door.  That’s not 16 trips to the grocery store.

Buying in bulk means you’ll have your dinner protein at the ready. How many times a week do you struggle with what to put on the table?  You come up with a brilliant idea, but oh you have to make a run to the store.  [insert sad trombone] What if your freezer was a medley of individually portioned seafood and shellfish – salmon, cobia, scallops, shrimp, snapper, haddock, crab cakes and more.  And on top of that,  the backside of the product bags, displayed a variety of recipes to choose from.  Seems pretty dang dummy proof right?

Buying in bulk means you have 16 proteins planned for a month! Meal planning is half the battle of getting dinner on the table, right?  What if we told you, you could check 16 dinners off your meal planner for a month? That’s a pretty large percentage. 

Surprise, you have guests! We’ve all been there, friends just show up and we’re happy to accept their company.  But now what?  Another pizza delivery?  No, open your freezer friend.  We’ve tried and tested cooking fish while they’re still frozen, and hey we’re a fan of it.  If you have an air fryer, you’re in business.  Follow these simple steps to thaw in a pinch.

Because eating out is just expensive.  Food prices are increasing, and restaurants are passing those swelling price tags on to customers.  For a New England scallop dinner served with parmesan mashed potatoes and popcorn piccata sauce at an upscale Houston restaurant, it will cost you $54.  Our single portion of scallops will cost you less than $9. 

So while many things in this world are unpredictable, dinner shouldn’t be.  Stock up on frozen seafood and cut yourself a break at dinnertime!  We’re here for you.