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Florida Yellowtail Snapper

$12.99 $9.99

6-8 oz natural filet

 

ONLY 20 LEFT IN STOCK!

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SKU: F104 Categories: , ,
  • Caught in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Florida
  • 100% Natural! No preserves added 
  • Filleted by our master fish cutters 
  • Individually packaged at our facility in Tampa, Florida. 
  • A top seller in Florida Restaurants 
  • Product ships frozen and will arrive frozen or partially thawed 

Binomial Name: Ocyurus chrysurus

The Yellowtail Snapper is a very popular fish served at Florida restaurants. Some consider the  Yellowtail Snapper the best eating snapper in the world because of their light, flaky meat. We catch, collect, fillet, vacuum-seal and flash freeze ours right here in Florida, all within 48 hours of being caught.  Cooking Method: Broil, Bake, Sautéed, Broil, Fry. Try our Chile Lime Yellowtail Snapper Recipe with Pineapple Avocado Salsa & Cilantro Lime Rice or our Yellowtail Snapper Ceviche recipe.

 

 

If you’re not completely satisfied with your order, we’ll redeliver, credit, or offer a comparable exchange if the original product is not available.
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Sustainably
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Wild
Caught

Customer Reviews

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B.M.
Meat and fish quality

I have been ordering from this company for several months. The quality of meat and fish are very good and reasonable priced. Deliveries always on time. The owner has always been very friendly and expresses thanks for being a customer. Always willing to fix any issues or problems if they occur which has been very rare in my experience thus far. I would highly recommend this company.

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E.G.
Yellowtail

Delicious & fresh

c
c.w.
Fish Ahoy!

They fried up easy or bake.

C
C.
Excellent

I never had snapper before but decided to make the recipe on line. Both my husband and I loved it. I will definitely have again

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R.O.
Best Snapper I've had so far

Great juicy Snapper...Loved the size and taste. Only thing I've noticed on all the packaging is that they are not totally sealed. When I defrosted it in my sink they leak