What Sets Our Shrimp Apart?

You’ll never find added phosphates or sulfates in our shrimp— we don’t want anything to take away from the sweet, delicate flavor of shrimp raised right. Learn what sets our shrimp apart.

Farming Seafood to Tough Standards

Whether you call it “fish farming” or go for the more formal term “aquaculture,” our seafood experts call it like it is: our tough standards for farmed seafood make a difference on your plate.

Long Line Atlantic Cod

In the pristine waters surrounding Sudureyri, Iceland, local fishermen ensure their continued livelihood by using long lines to catch Atlantic cod, instead of large-scale trawlers.
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New Wild-Caught Seafood Sustainability Ratings

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Still Fishin': Stories from our Gulf Coast Fishermen

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Great American Seafood Cook-Off

For the fourth year in a row, Whole Foods Market proudly sponsored the Great American Seafood Cook-Off (GASCO) and featured a mini-store that displayed our exclusive 365 Everyday Value brand along with a beautiful spread of produce that included local peppers, okra, eggplant and peaches.

New: "Responsibly Farmed" Seafood Logo

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The Great American Seafood Cook-Off

In her seven years with Whole Foods Market, Kristina has focused on community relations - spending the last three years immersed in the Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas and loving the region's culture and incredible people who make these cities unique. Seafood Cookoff

The Quality of our Wild Alaska Salmon

No doubt about it: wild Alaska salmon is delicious! You'll find it fresh for a few short months each summer and we are busily stocking our seafood departments with the tastiest varieties found throughout Alaska.

Cooking with Wild Alaska Salmon

Salmon Growing up in Hawaii, I had access to some of the most delicious, freshest fish imaginable. Unfortunately, salmon was not one of them! I only had access to previously frozen or canned salmon. So, at the time, salmon had too strong of a flavor - kind of fishy and mushy.

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