Seafarers, Inc.

Seafarers, Inc.

Importer, Processor
FL, United States
Contact Information

Seafarers, Inc. is a Florida-based processor, importer, and marketer of high quality fresh and frozen seafood. Established in 1999 as an importer and distributor of fresh tuna, Seafarers quickly created an industry-wide reputation for providing high-quality fresh tuna from company-owned longline vessels. Over the years, the Seafarers brand has become highly recognizable due to its vastly diversified product line.

The company currently deals with numerous different species in both fresh and frozen form. With processing plants in Mexico and Suriname, along with partnerships in South America, Central America, and South East Asia, Seafarers is able to manage every link on their supply chain giving them a competitive advantage in both quality and pricing. 

Seafarers, Inc. has also established corporate policies dedicated to the implementation of sourcing product from sustainable fisheries. This corporate commitment has lead the company to become involved with fishery improvement projects (FIPs).

    29
    Total Species
    30
    Total Sources

    Distribution Regions and Business Locations

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    8180 NW 90th Street
    Medley, FL 33166
    United States
    • Canada - Atlantic
    • Canada - Central & Interior
    • Canada - Northwest
    • Canada - Pacific
    • Central America & Caribbean
    • South America
    • USA - Alaska
    • USA - California
    • USA - Gulf of Mexico
    • USA - Hawaii
    • USA - Mid Atlantic
    • USA - Midwest
    • USA - New England
    • USA - Pacific Northwest
    • USA - Rockies & Southwest
    • USA - South Atlantic
    • USA - Southeast
    30 Results: Viewing 1-25 Seafood Products
    Seafood Product Origin Harvest Method Sustainability Rating
    African Red Snapper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Banded Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Bloodred Snapper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Brownspotted Rockcod
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Brownstripe Red Snapper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Caribbean Red Snapper
    Unassessed Origin
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Dotted Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Giant Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Highfin Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Honeycomb Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Hong Kong Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Humpback Snapper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    John's Snapper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Longspine Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Mahi-mahi
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Mahi-mahi
    Outside USA
    Troll/Pole
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Malabar Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Malabar Snapper
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Orange-spotted Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Persian Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Russell's Snapper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Speckled Blue Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Spinycheek Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Spotted Grouper
    Worldwide
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated
    Swordfish
    Pacific Ocean - South
    Handlines and Hand-Operated Pole-and-Lines
    Seafood Watch: Best Choice