A small band of Maine fishermen called Port Clyde Fresh Catch will start closing the gulf-to-table gap next month when they begin deliveries of seasonal shrimp to Brooklyn's Marlow & Sons Daughters. The fishermen, who will also operate a stall at this weekend's New Amsterdam Market, own all aspects of the supply chain, a clutch move that provides traceability and keeps the retail cost down and all preservatives out. The shrimp are harvested, hand-sorted, and frozen with a small amount of ocean water in one-pound vacuum packs. After that, they board the truck bound for the BQE.
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Maine Shrimp Delivery to Brooklyn
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