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Sea to Table, USA
Wholesaler

Owned and operated by the Dimin family, Sea to Table builds on the early Tobago Wild model by seeking out sustainable fisheries needing better access to markets, creating a direct connection between fishermen and chefs. Sea to Table works with local fishermen throughout the U.S., from Alaska to the Gulf Coast, and from the Carolinas to Maine.

Sea to Table partners with fishermen from small-scale, sustainable wild fisheries around the U.S. Their commitment to sustainability goes beyond the fish: by working directly with fishermen and delivering straight from the source, Sea to Table supports American fishing communities and creating a transparent connection between you and the people who caught your fish.

Sea to Table has a network of docks that serve as landing pads for dozens of fishermen every day. They work closely with dock managers and get real-time information as to what fish is coming in, how it was caught, and who caught it. A dock manager is essentially Sea to Table's eyes and ears on the ground. Through the dock managers the company gets stories from fishermen, pictures, video, and frequent updates on everything going on at the dock, from today’s most beautiful landings to tomorrow’s planned trips, and which boats are on the rail for repair. By shipping directly from the landing point to our chefs’ kitchens, Sea to Table transparently connects both ends of the distribution chain. The company's model removes the extra transactions that create an opaque and unfair system. Sea to Table never warehouses fresh fish and doesn’t work with fishermen the don’t know. Their mission is to create a clear connection between chefs and the fishermen who land their fish. 

Certified B CorpSea to Table became a B Corp in 2012. B Corps are certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. As certified B Corp, Sea to Table is committed to only sourcing seafood that has been harvested in a responsible manner, at the same time of creating value for chefs, fishermen, fisheries, and fishing cultures.

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Seafood Certifications
Marine Stewardship Council
MSC-C-53215
Sustainability Partnerships
Seafood for the Future
Seafood Watch Program
Overnight Delivery
Yes
Distribution Notes

Sea to Table ships direct from the fishery to restaurants and retailers anywhere in the United States via FedEx overnight.

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