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Hi, I want to make some unique seafood purchases online.

I know I cannot get the following at regular seafood stores

so that's why I'm going online.

So do you folks have any recommendations of where to buy the following?

Live In Shell Scallops

Smoked Bluefish

Rock Shrimp

Lutefisk

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Hi, I want to make some unique seafood purchases online.

I know I cannot get the following at regular seafood stores

so that's why I'm going online.

So do you folks have any recommendations of where to buy the following?

Live In Shell Scallops

Smoked Bluefish

Rock Shrimp

Lutefisk

I have ordered extensively from Farm-2-Market and have never been disappointed.

http://www.farm-2-market.com/

They offer live-in-the-shell scallops.

http://www.farm-2-market.com/products/scallops.html

Good luck!

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Honolulu fish co. They ship fresh pacific ocean fish everyday (next day air or second day air depending on the time you get it in) really super quailty stuff. Im the corporate chef for a small family owned chain on the east coast of the US with a fine dining location in our group. I use these guys quite often with great success. good luck

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You won't get live in the shell scallops because of Maine State Law and you can't order live on-line but they do have a website and the best fish/shellfish in the US, Browne Trading http://www.brownetrading.com/ . So if you want the best 'Dayboat' scallops available, we eat them as sashimi, and the quality of seafood shipped to the best restaurants, call Browne.-Dick

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