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Join The Red’s Fresh Fish Network

What Is The Red’s Fresh Fish Network?

The Red’s Fresh Fish Network is a network of fisherman, wholesalers, retailers, and restaurants that supply/provide fish and seafood that is either raised in American aqua-culture farms and/or wild caught in American waters. We believe in providing local fish and seafood to our customers, no imports. Our network is also open to farmers and farmers markets who grow and sell organic produce and free range and organic meats.

Red’s Fresh Fish is based in Florida, but we are growing a nation-wide network. We’re hoping through this network to unite the national fishing community and industry, and expand the “Fresh & Local” movement. Regardless what you are looking for, if a market doesn’t provide it they will recommend you to a market or fisherman who does. In the process, re-build the oldest industry in the country and give re-birth to the importance of growing our local economies with our own products.

If you are an American fisherman, or a reseller of any sort, and would like to join our network, send an email to Info@RedsFreshFish.com or RedsFreshFish@gmail.com. All resellers who would like to supply our fish, please see the Terms & Conditions for Resellers.

If you reside in Florida and have the entrepreneurial spirit, click here.

Why Join The Red’s Fresh Fish Network

Everyone in the industry knows it’s a tough industry to be in. Let’s make it a little bit easier for each other and those looking for fresh, local fish and seafood by working together. In some cases helping other local fishermen and markets filling orders that may normally be too big for the size of their market. By working together, we all benefit. Those of us in the industry get increased business through referrals, and those looking for a specific fish or seafood in their local area will be able to obtain it easier.

Benefits of being a member:

Fishermen/Fish Markets:

  • New customers through referrals. If a customer asks for a fish a market doesn’t carry but your market does, you will be referenced. Likewise, if a market recieves orders from a customer outside their deliverable area, you happen to be in that area, you may get the order from the other market. 
  • Easier to handle large orders or non-local orders. If you recieve an order for fish that you normally wouldn’t be able to handle alone, recruit assistance from another local market. Likewise, if you recieve an order for fish outside your deliverable area you can recruit the assistance of a market in the area of the customer.

Restaurants/Bars/Etc:

  • Keep track of what markets are in your area that supply American fish to keep your menus all American.
  • Be the first to know of any sales or deals before your competition.

Farmers/Farmers Markets:

  • Grow your customer base by widening your market to include those who prefer local fish
  • Get your products into restaurants and other meat markets and eateries
  • Work with fishermen and fish markets to expand selection to your customers
  • Is your #1 crop out of season? Work with another farm to offer your #1 crop year-round.

Any shared orders, it is between you and the market assisting you to determine pricing and any payment, if payment is agreed to be given, to the other market. 

  • If Market A recieves an order for fish too large to handle alone and recruits Market B, it is between Market A and Market B to determine any payment to Market B.
  • If Market A recieves an order for fish that is now out of season and recruits Market C (where it’s in season) for assistance, it is between Market A and Market C to determine pricing (Market A’s price, Market C’s price, or between) and any payment to Market C for assisting Market A.

If you are an American fisherman, or a reseller of any sort, and would like to join our network, send an email to RedsFreshFish@gmail.com. All resellers who would like to supply our fish, please see the Terms & Conditions for Resellers.

If you reside in Florida and have the entrepreneurial spirit, click here.

Not a fishermen, farmer, or business owner but you want to support the ‘Fresh & Local’ movement? Click Here to find out how.