SeaFood Business

JUL 2014

SeaFood Business is the global trusted authority for seafood buyers and sellers. We are the seafood industry's leading trade magazine with more than 30 years of experience. Our coverage is based on the "business" of buying and selling seafood.

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18 PRODUCT GUIDE 2014 COMPANY Stavis Seafoods LOCATION Boston SALES CONTACT Doug Aikman PHONE (800) 390-5103 WEBSITE / EMAIL Superior Quality Calamari in Every Package traditional New England clas- sics to contemporary favorites and combine modern produc- tion techniques with rigorous standards for quality, fresh- ness and taste. Stavis is a family-owned business that has been a Bos- ton waterfront landmark since 1929. Stavis ships more than 36 million pounds of seafood annually. Stavis Seafoods' expert buying and sales desks provide timely market information and extremely competitive pricing. BOS'N Calamari tentacles are cartilage free, allowing for full utilization of every part of the squid. All our cala- mari product types are avail- able in 2.5 lb. retail-ready bags, while Rings Only is also available in a 1 lb bag. Each bag has color-coded differen- tiators that enable different product types to be displayed in one freezer case without confusion. BOS'N Calamari is also protected by a crack resistant tray and packed in 50 lb or 10 lb master cases. Stavis' BOS'N Calamari offerings include: Medium: Tubes & Tentacles, Tubes Only Large: Tubes & Tentacles, Tubes Only Extra Large: Tubes & Tentacles, Tubes Only Rings and Tentacles Rings Only For more than 50 years, BOS'N has delivered pre- mium, high-quality seafood. BOS'N products range from W e travel direct-to-the-source to ensure our BOS'N Calamari is the highest quality available. Fully cleaned and ready-to-cook, BOS'N Calamari has a consistently mild flavor and tender texture. Processed in China from Loligo squid, our expert buyers visit each plant on site to ensure our rigorous specifications are met. Every batch is quality tested for net weight, size and tubes-to-tentacle ratio.

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