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Dole & Bailey Inc.
Distributor

High on the columns of Boston's historic Faneuil Hall you can still read the Dole & Bailey name - a reminder of  Cyrus Dole, a homesteader from Acton Massachusetts, and Frank Bailey, a farmer from  West Burke Vermont, who formed a partnership at the Boston Farmers' Market inside historic Faneuil Hall.  Livestock was driven from the Northern and Western New England states into Boston, and slaughtered/dressed in Brighton; then distributed by horse and wagon or train.   

Mr. Bailey's nephew, Clyde Smith, was the second generation to take over the reins, and through his church family in Watertown MA he began to develop the talents of the young Bud Matheson whose parents were immigrants from Prince Edward Island. It was under Mr. Smith's tutelage that Bud became the third generation Dole & Bailey and a Master Butcher. Shortly after this training Bud would trade his meat-cutter's apron for a suit and strike out mid-mornings to call on Boston's culinary community, creating D&B's first commercial customers. Dole & Bailey continued to grow, starting to carry seafood items from their local piers as well as seafood imported from around the world. The growth of this business meant moving into and outgrowing three facilities within three years and passing the torch onto the 4th generation, his daughter Nancy, son Scott, and son in-law Bill.  

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Overnight Delivery
Yes
Distribution Notes

 

Truck delivery available via Dole & Bailey Inc. in New England and parts of New York two to five times per week. Everyday delivery available via UPS and FEDX air freight as well as refrigerated truck everyday in the United States, Bermuda and United States Virgin Islands. Free delivery available via Dole & Bailey Inc. for orders over $400. Customer responsible for shipping charges on orders under $400. 

13 results, on 1 pages
Seafood Productssort descending Seafood Origin(s) Harvest Method(s) Sustainability Ratings/Scores Seafood Cert. Min. Order
Albacore Tuna
(longfinned tuna, tombo)

USA

California, USA
Oregon, USA
Washington, USA
Pole
Troll
0 lbs
Arctic Char
(char, common char, alpine trout, alpine char, sea trout)
Closed/Contained
0 lbs
Channel Catfish
(Catfish)

USA

North Carolina, USA
Closed/Contained
0 lbs
Chinook Salmon
(king salmon, spring salmon)

USA

WA-Columbia River, USA
Drift Gillnet
0 lbs
Chum Salmon
(keta salmon, dog salmon, chub, calico salmon)

USA

Alaska, USA
Gillnet
Purse Seine
0 lbs
Golden Tilefish
(blue tilefish)

USA

Florida, USA
North Carolina, USA
Virginia, USA
Longline
0 lbs
Mahi-mahi
(dorado, dolphinfish)

USA

Florida, USA
North Carolina, USA
South Carolina, USA
Rod & Reel
0 lbs
Pacific Cod
(Alaska cod, grey cod, true cod, P-cod)

USA

Alaska, USA
Pot/Trap
0 lbs
Pacific Oysters
(Japanese oyster)

Canada

British Columbia, Canada

USA

Alaska, USA
California, USA
Oregon, USA
Washington, USA
Off-Bottom Culture
Open/Uncontained
0 lbs
Rainbow Trout
(steelhead, silver trout)

USA

Idaho, USA
Closed/Contained
0 lbs
Spanish Mackerel
(bay mackerel, spotted mackerel)

USA

North Carolina, USA
South Carolina, USA
Gillnet
0 lbs
Swordfish
(broadbill, emperado)

USA

North Carolina, USA
South Carolina, USA
Harpoon
Longline
0 lbs
Tilapia
(St. Peter's Fish)
Ponds
0 lbs