Family owned and operated since 1973, Central Coast Seafood has specialized in providing only the finest quality products since its inception. Our owners and staff are active and well known in the community. We protect our reputation through a unique combination of impeccable quality, flexible and constantly evolving customer service and consumer education. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide the highest quality local seafood available, as well as the finest of products sourced worldwide.
We purchase even our imported product whole, and fillet it by hand when an order is placed for the ultimate in quality control and freshness. Every fillet is inspected several times during the production process by a member of our trained staff. The advantage to this type of production is an increase in shelf-life and eye appeal, which equates to greater sales for our customers.
Local products are produced daily and delivered daily to provide a product grade and image of unequaled quality, freshness and eye appeal.
Typically, our shellfish cooler is stocked full of at least 50 different shellfish items which are completely rotated through in 3 days or less on average.
Our freezer houses at least 500 different frozen seafood products at a time (depending on the season) that is rotated completely through within 40 days!
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A scientist has admitted having detected radioactive cesium in eels caught in a boundary river between the Tokyo and Chiba prefectures but claims local governments took no action for nearly two months despite having informed authorities promptly.
Fish exports may generate USD 500mln by 2015 Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka is working on increasing its deep sea fishing efforts and doubling fish exports between now and 2015 and to achieve this goal, it will be using new vessels from Japan and China,
EC warns Faroe Islands of impending sanctions European Union
The European Commission has notified the Faroe Islands that it plans to take steps, including closing off fishing ports, to support the sustainability of herring fisheries shared between the two parties.
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