Wholesale Direct Shipping of North Carolina Fresh, Local, Wild Caught Fish
The Carolina Fish Market has the finest reputation in seafood. Now you can have our award winning fresh North Carolina fish in your restaurant or market tomorrow. We ship to all 48 states via FedEx overnight shipping or two day in our styrofoam boxes.
email us @ email@example.com for a quote on 30 pounds or more of fresh, whole North Carolina Fish.
WINNER! – “Best Seafood”, City of Charlotte, NC – CHARLOTTE OBSERVER
“THE CREATOR OF THE SEA TO TABLE MOVEMENT IN CHARLOTTE”, BALLANTYNE MAGAZINE
Are you a restaurant owner or chef and want the finest fresh, local North Carolina, wild caught fish in your restaurant? Now you can have whole North Carolina fish shipped direct to you. We ship whole fish to keep your prices low and to keep these perfect beings intact for your or your chef to breakdown and retain it’s moisture.
We ship in 30 pound boxes and we request that you order the minimum of 30 pounds of whole fish to help both of us save on costs. If you want 90 pounds, we’ll ship you 3 boxes, etc.
From the shores of Nags Heads, Kill Devil Hills, to the Pamlico Sound, the Albemarle Sound, to Hatteras, Wanchese, Stumpy Point, down to Morehead City, Topsail Island, Surf City and Bald Head Island. We know all the boat captains and what their daily catch will be and we’ll list it here. We’ll give you the price of the box of fish and the name of the boat and it’s captain for you and your menu.
We accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and Paypal. Payments are pre-paid prior to shipping. Prices of fish will be all inclusive, including shipping. Fish will be fresh, whole and gutted. We pack with frozen gel packs and ship overnight to your restaurant. Our normal shipment is Fedex next day afternoon, so you and your staff can take pics, breakdown and post. Be sure to hashtag #CarolinaFishMarket in all your Instagram and Facebook posts. We are @Carolinafishmarket for both Instagram and Facebook. We repost your pictures.
Sample of our NC Catch Fresh Fish
Chefs Use the Carolina Fish Market