Malabar CSA Offers Salmon
Apr 30, 2013 03:40AM
Florida Fields to Forks, a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm in Malabar, is offering wild caught Alaskan salmon from the Kenai River.
Sought Out Salmon is Florida Fields to Fork’s newest farm partner. Owned and operated by Craig and Melissa Litke, Sought Out Salmon is a fourth generation fisher-family who lives, and fishes, off the Kenai River shoreline.
According to Brock Hall, owner of Florida Fields to Forks, “Most wild caught Alaskan salmon is caught and then sent to a regional distribution operation. We wanted our salmon to come straight from the fisherman to our farm. It can’t get any fresher, and more nutritious, than from the main source to us.”
The shipment of fish is expected to arrive in mid-July. There will be sushi grade Coho, Sockeye, and King salmon, all vacuum-sealed and flash frozen.
Florida Fields to Forks also offers 100% Angus dry-aged grass-fed beef, pasture raised Katahdin lamb, Berkshire pork and Cornish Cross chickens, Beyond organic produce, raw milk from grass-fed Jersey cows, raw milk artisan cheeses, eggs from pastured chickens, raw honey and more.
Learn more at FloridaFieldstoForks.com and check out reviews on Facebook’s Florida Fields to Forks, LocalHarvest.com and EatWild.com. 321-431-7259. Membership to the CSA is a one-time $35 fee, there are no ordering requirements.