Market Report

26-08-2014

Conditions are a little tricky at the moment and not really expected to get much better until Friday; Snapper, Blue eye and Hapuka are the hardest hit species so far this week with very poor catches and some high prices. Local fish looks to be dodging the trend with great catches of local John Dory which is of exceptional quality! As well as Rock Flathead, Flounder, Baby Snapper, Murray Cod and even some Slimy Mackerel turning up today!

We've managed to extend our special pricing on Trevally and Rockling this week thanks to some good catches. This week we have a great deal we know will not last long, Cape Grim Tenderloins are on your weekly Bulk Buys list for the lowest price I can recall with a long use by date you've got every reason to stock up on a couple of boxes while you can.

Clamms is very excited to announce that the awesome Saikou Alpine Salmon from Mt Cook New Zealand is now available! We've had great feedback on this beautiful Salmon which has been handled with the greatest of care and farmed using unique techniques that make this easily the best Salmon we've tasted and earning it the name Saikou or "best" in Japanese (loosely translated) check out the fact sheet attached above!

Clamms Seafood would also like to congratulate Brae Restaurant, Andrew McConnel and Anthony Lui on their incredible achievements at last night's Good Food Guide awards. Also a huge up to all our customers who retained or improved their hat rank you guys are incredible and we love to supply the best to the best!

 

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