Catch something fresh with Marsh Signature Seafood! Our premier Boston seafood purveyor works directly with fishermen to bring you the freshest, highest quality, sustainably caught seafood every day.
Experience what fresh-from-the-sea tastes like and discover why we put our name on it.
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When we put our name on something, it’s because we believe it’s the very best and we stand behind it. That’s exactly why you’ll find the Marsh name on our Marsh Signature Seafood, the freshest, highest quality, sustainably fished seafood you’re likely to find anywhere.
It just doesn’t come closer to ocean-to-table freshness than this. You don’t have to have a beachside vacation home or spend an exorbitant amount at a fancy seafood restaurant. With Marsh Signature Seafood, you’ll get the best quality, the best variety and the freshest selection, all caught by responsible, ethical fishermen who value sustainability.
For Your Health
Marsh Signature Seafood is endorsed by the American Heart Association and makes a perfect addition to a heart-healthy diet. Fish and other seafood is figure-friendly, good for your skin and eyes, gentle to joints and full of DHA Omega-3 oils, essential for health and wellness. A diet rich in fresh seafood has even been found to prevent depression, increase concentration and mental ability, and keep your digestive system on track!
For the Taste
Anyone who has had fresh-caught seafood can tell you that there’s nothing more delicious. Marsh Signature Seafood is guaranteed to meet or exceed the USDC government specifications for Grade A quality, every time. Essentially, that means you’ll get restaurant-quality seafood without the restaurant price tag, right in your home.
For the Environment
Marsh Signature Seafood is certified sustainable by the Marine Stewardship Council and our fishermen use the long line method to catch fish responsibly and ethically. When you purchase Marsh Signature Seafood, you can feel good knowing we’re doing what’s safest for you, for the fish, and for our environment.
Smell Check: fresh seafood should smell of salt water, but there should be no pungent, unpleasant or overly fishy odor that accompanies it.
The Eyes Have It: when buying a whole fish, check to make sure the eyes are clear and bright, not filmed over or sunken in.
Fresh To The Gills: the freshest fish will display bright red gills. If they are rust or brick-colored, this is a sign to avoid the fish.
Be Firm: fillets should be firm to the touch and should spring back when pressed with a finger. If the indentation stays, the fillet isn’t fresh.
Shine On: if the fish or fillet still has its skin, it should be bright, shiny and metallic…exactly the way you would expect to see it if you caught it fresh yourself.