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Big City Fish Share is only sourcing seafood caught using sustainable methods, as measured by the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch Program.

Big City Fish Share is also committed to supporting local fishermen and processors. We want to highlight the sustainable fishing methods they are employing, and connect them with new customers in New York City. We want you to know exactly when, where, with what fishing methods, and by whom your seafood was caught.

All fish share payments are managed through Farmigo’s secure payment system. We are only accepting payment by credit card at this time, and only Visa or Mastercard.

Farmigo is dedicated to creating a healthy alternative food system. Through their interactive food network and community they enable connections between consumers and farmers & producers that build long lasting, trusting relationships within local communities. Farmigo enables the group-buying of fresh food directly from local farms & producers. Read more about Farmigo’s great work here: http://www.farmigo.com/

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2016 Season Now Open!

Sign up by Tuesday June 7th for our early bird special: $16 per pound of fish fillets locked in for the whole season. After the 7th, prices will go up to $17 per pound

We are excited for our fourth season operating in New York City! The coastal waters are warming up, enticing fish back inshore where our small boat NEW YORK fishermen can catch them.

We look forward to another year of super fresh seafood (rated by the Monterey Bay Aquarium as sustainably caught) such as bluefish, black sea bass, flounder, fluke, squid, swordfish, monkfish, and yellowfin tuna.

Hope to see you soon!

Matt and Gaya

Owners, Big City Fish Share

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