Let's Talk Fish
We like fish, and we’re eager to share our knowledge and passion with the public. We hope to educate the public on the importance of sustainable seafood, as well as behind the scenes information about the inner workings of a sustainable seafood monger.
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Is Fresh Always Best? The classic fresh versus frozen debate has taken the world of seafood by storm for decades. Traditionally fresh seafood has dominated in the public eye, but we have come a long way since the mushed up fish sticks that traditionally represent frozen seafood, and we at Afishionado want to celebrate frozen
We’re hiring a Product Delivery and Order Fulfillment Provider! ABOUT AFISHIONADO Afishionado Fishmongers is a community-minded provider of fresh and fresh-frozen seafood dedicated to bringing low impact fishing traditions back to the plates of consumers. We strive to build and maintain close relationships to those who catch and grow our fish, and work hard
From everyone at The Warehouse Market, we would like to thank you for your continued support during the pandemic. For the past 4 months our team has been incredibly committed, totally stretched, and now quite exhausted… as we have navigated this major pivot in how we reach our customers. It’s been really invigorating to see
By: Adira Nehme It is Oceans Week in Halifax, and I have been asked the question of what the ocean means to me. When asked I sat and started to think about what the ocean means to me and what it might mean to other people. I realized that the ocean has always been important
“… but is it sustainable?” I think this is the single most popular question that we encounter at Afishionado; and, to be honest, it’s kind of a tricky one to answer. Not because I don’t believe any one of our products to be fundamentally unsustainable, but because the term “sustainable” seems to mean different things
By: James Crofton Let me take you on a journey. A seemingly impossible journey that starts in a small backwater stream of the Fraser River. It is late spring and the rivers in BC all begin to swell from snow melt high in the mountains. Far up the Fraser river a small Coho salmon fry