We’re excited to welcome the newest member of our grocery family – Fishpeople!
Based in Portland, Oregon, Fishpeople creates delicious seafood entrees with a commitment to supporting sustainable, wild fisheries in the Pacific Northwest. Fishpeople’s ready-to-eat, wild caught seafood meals in shelf stable poaching pouches are revolutionary because they make it possible to have a delicious seafood meal anywhere, any time – a camping trip, a lunch on the go, or a last-minute dinner for the kids.
Why do we think Fishpeople is worth a try?
- With a focus on fresh, healthy ingredients, Fishpeople’s love of fish inspires their products and ensures their dedication to wild caught seafood.
- You can learn where each ingredient came from by looking up the batch code on their website here.
- Each of their products is packed with Omega 3’s and protein that will keep you going through your day.
- Also, for those with special dietary requirements they offer four products that are gluten free and two that are dairy free.
Fishpeople offers four mouthwatering varieties that can be enjoyed on their own but are tasty over rice, couscous, farro or any other favorite grain:
- Salmon in Chardonnay Dill Cream Sauce: Free-range, fall-run Columbia River Chinook, freshly poached in a fine light cream sauce of dill and sweet onions grown on Northwest farms, with capers and a splash of Cooper Mountain Chardonnay.
- Coconut Yellow Curry Tuna: Tasty Albacore caught off the Oregon Coast, freshly poached in healthy coconut milk and Madras curry with hints of fresh ginger, lime juice and sweet Butternut squash grown on Northwest farms.
- Thai Coconut Lemongrass Tuna: Tasty Albacore caught off the Oregon Coast, freshly poached in healthy coconut milk with lemongrass and Kaffir lime, basil, shallots, and red & yellow sweet peppers grown on Northwest farms.
- Smoked Salmon & Smoked Oyster Chowder: Free-range, fall-run Columbia River Chinook, freshly poached in a creamy chowder with sweet smoked Oregon Coast oysters plus yellow onions, fennel, thyme and garlic grown on Northwest farms.