May Seafood Updates
QffS offers premium, fresh Australian sustainable product that is processed on a daily basis and packaged in accordance to HACCP regulations. Please check our list of seafood availabilities for fresh fish for next day delivery. This includes fresh Goldband Snapper, Barramundi, Reef Fillets and Atlantic Salmon that are available in either skin on or skin off for your convenience. Please place your orders Monday to Thursday by 1:30pm.
We have been advised by Sealord that due to poor catches of squid this season, there will be shortages occuring over coming months; however, we have secured stock that should cover any requirements during this upcoming period. We will advise of any changes that may occur once we have been notified by our supplier. Just arrived into stock, are new catches of frozen Reef Fillets, including King Snapper, White Snapper, Coral Trout and Red Spot Emperor. This is available in most of the popular sizes to meet you centre of plate requirements.
We are finally seeing good quantities of Medium Ocean King Prawns being caught by the trawlers, larger sizes in the prawns are appearing amongst the catches, but bigger quantities are still needed to stabilise prices. These prawns are conveniently packed in 5Kg cartons, which are all frozen at sea.
Oysters: If you’re after some excellent local oysters, we currently have some high quality, daily shucked oysters from Coffin Bay available for all your requirements. We have just received the first shipment of frozen Tasmanian Oysters into our warehouse, these are of high quality and are easily thawed for your convenience. The New Zealand Oyster season will re-open at the beginining of June and we have ample stock levels in our warehouse to meet your demands.
For more Seafood specials, please view our May Hot Sheet here. In particular, we have some great seafood specials, such as the Pacific West cooked whole Lobster Tristan DC (#26599), or our 15/25 Vannamei Prawns (#28194) and our ever popular, Shore Mariner Barramundi Fillets 200/300 (#11603) or 300/500 (#11505).
~ George S.