Premium freshwater shrimp, rainbow trout and tilapia.
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Shrimp - $15 per pound Trout - $15 per pound. Tilapia - $10 per pound.
Live or whole on ice. Fillet service available.
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Do you want to eat delicious, nutritious fish, but lack confidence about how sustainable the fishery is, what species you are actually being served, or how the laborers who caught it are treated?
Great questions. Unfortunately, responsibly choosing delicious fish is very hard given the challenges facing today's fisheries.
The UN Food and Agriculture Organization's 2016 report on global aquaculture and fisheries (Figure 13, pg. 39) shared that 89.5 percent of global fisheries are either fully-exploited or over-exploited. The New York Times reported on slave labor in some of the world's prime fisheries. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's FishWatch.org discusses multiple studies that report seafood fraud is commonplace in the US. (Please see the research citations 1,2,3, below.)
Sustainably farmed, fully-sourceable fish can address these questions, but farming has to be done responsibly. Some types of aquaculture in ocean pens can harm the environment through pollution, escape, or disease transfer, and fish are exposed to whatever pollution may be in the natural area in which it lives.
Sun Fish Farm addresses all of those concerns.
Eat our fish, and enjoy all the assurances of premium farmed seafood without the questions about sourcing, sustainability, labor issues, or environmental impacts. We use recirculating aquaculture, which recycles water in enclosed aquatic environments, pristinely filtering the water to grow premium fish and protecting the outside environment.
We offer completely sourceable, premium aquaculture products like shrimp, trout and tilapia grown locally in pure, contaminant free waters. We use renewable energy, maximize energy efficiency, and grow the best fish, the right way - in a way where the fish are sustainable, healthy, and delicious, and the farm benefits the environment.
Eat and Grow the Best.(TM)
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1. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 2016. The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2016. Contributing to food security and nutrition for all. Rome. 200 pp.
2. Urbina, Ian. "U.S. Closing a Loophole on Products Tied to Slaves." The New York Times. The New York Times, 15 Feb. 2016. Web. 17 Mar. 2017.
3. "Seafood Fraud." Fraud | FishWatch. US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, n.d. Web. 17 Mar. 2017.