Our Fresh Fish: Harnessing Mother Nature

Posted on Nov 10, 2018 in Fish Processing, Fresh, Fresh Fish

At Channel Fish Processing, we proudly offer fresh, frozen and value-added products, all under one roof. Choosing to cater to both fresh and frozen was one of the best decisions we’ve ever made. Here’s why: Harnessing Mother Nature Our fresh fish supply is as fresh as it gets. With the plentiful oceans of New England, […]

Settling Into Our New Facility

Posted on Nov 1, 2018 in Fish Processing, Fresh Fish, Frozen Fish, Process

Did you hear about the move? Our facility has relocated to Braintree, MA at 200 Commerce Drive. Throughout this move, we have strengthened our team and improved our strategies. Read on to learn more about the move. Consumer Demand for Our Products As the only processing facility on the North East coast, we knew we […]

A Unique Look into Channel Fish Processing Company

Posted on Oct 5, 2018 in Fishing Industry, History

We are a family-owned, seafood processing and distribution company that conducts business globally. Channel Fish Processing provides a wide variety of fresh and frozen products to our consumers. In New England, there are a many seafood processing and distributing companies to choose to work with. But have you learned about why people are constantly choosing […]

Mussels in White Wine Sauce

Posted on Oct 1, 2018 in Cleaning, fish recipes, health benefits, Process

Mussels are a shellfish favorite. During the summer and fall seasons, mussels in a white wine sauce is a perfectly delicious and hot meal. This recipe is particularly great for an appetizer, but can also be easily made into a meal with a side of linguini or angel hair. Whether cooking for a dinner party, […]

Saltwater Fishing and Cleanliness

Posted on Sep 5, 2018 in Cleaning, Process

Saltwater fishing is loved by many. Out on the open ocean, there’s nothing like a fishing trip with your best friends. Catching your favorite fish, making sure it’s of size, and bringing it home to clean and fillet is a great feeling. When you’re out on the boat, there’s plenty of fun to be had, […]

What to Know About Eating and Shucking Oysters

Posted on Sep 1, 2018 in fish recipes

Oysters are shellfish favorites in New England. When paired with cocktail sauce, lemon, and horseradish, they’re definitely a tasty treat, when in season. At raw bars, oysters on the half-shell are one of the most common orders. You can eat raw clams, like cherrystones, but oysters seem to be the most common crowd pleaser. Let’s […]

Saltwater vs. Freshwater Fishing

Posted on Aug 10, 2018 in Fishing Industry, Types of Fishing

Within the fishing community, there’s a constant discussion as to which type of fishing is better: saltwater or freshwater. There are advantages and disadvantages to each type of fishing. Different fisherman fish for different species in different situations. Let’s take a deeper look at the details of both types of fishing. The fisherman’s choice regarding […]

How to Host a Clambake

Posted on Aug 1, 2018 in fish recipes, Process

Hosting a clambake is a great idea for a seasonal gathering. You can host a day cookout and have a clambake, or host an evening gathering and serve dinner. Clambakes are Summer and Autumn favorites here in New England. With the fresh, native species available to us, we can curate the best clambake with only […]

Economic Impacts of the U.S. Fishing Industry

When thinking of fishing, the first thing that usually comes to mind is being on a boat, casting a line, and enjoying a beautiful summer day. But when we look deeper into fishing as an industry, we can really understand its importance and economic impact. The fishing industry greatly impacts coastal towns and cities, but […]

Day Boats Fishing for Scallops

Posted on Jul 5, 2018 in Commercial Fishing, Process

Scallops are a species of shellfish that are loved by many. In New England, we can get Sea Scallops or Bay Scallops. Commercial fisherman work everyday to bring us the seafood and shellfish we love. We can look at the fishing vessels, the differences between types of shellfish, and look at quota to try and […]

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