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Scallops available for Add ons next week! Weekly Haddock too!

Posted 5/4/2018 10:58am by Andrea Tomlinson.

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Dear %%user-name%%,

We are delighted to announce our first  Add-on for the Spring/Summer Session, Scallops, available next week, Week 4!

We will offer fresh, off the boat Scallops, by the 1lb. Each pound of scallops will have between 15-20 scallops, out of the shell.  Our NH Day Boat Scallop season ended April 30, but we can get fresh Day Boat scallops from our friends in Gloucester and New Bedford next week!  

Scallops will be $20/lb. Order here for delivery with your fish share next week!

DEADLINE TO ORDER SCALLOP ADD- ONS IS SUNDAY, 12pm midnight!

 

We also are excited to be offering Weekly Haddock Additional Fish this year! This is an option in addition to your weekly Catch of the Week Share! Order Haddock here for next week.

Members have been asking if they can replace a held Catch of the Week share with Haddock. Yes you can, but we have to do that on our end. If you have done a hold and would like to replace your double share with Haddock, please email our Assistant Manager, Kendall at kendall@nhcommunityseafood.com and she can do that for you!

Otherwise, you can take advantage of this weekly offer here and order extra Haddock whenever you would like, in 1lb increments! Discounts on orders over 3lb!

DEADLINE TO ORDER WEEKLY HADDOCK (and Additional Catch of the Week Fish) IS MONDAYS, 12 pm MIDNIGHT.

We look forward to serving all your local seafood needs this season! Thanks so much for your support for our local fishermen and scallopers!

All the best, 

Andrea Tomlinson
General Manager


          

1 Peirce Island Rd-Portsmouth-NH-03801

 

 

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