Gourmet Health Food starts with Certified Wild Georgia shrimp from Eagle Wood Farms.
Gourmet health food aficionados have healthy appetites with brains.
An expertly prepared shrimp dish can only begin with the succulent sweet taste of chemical free, Certified Wild Georgia Shrimp.
Eagle Wood Farms uses the experts from Dubberly's Seafood to freeze fresh shrimp from the local waters of Georgia.
Like Eagle Wood, Dubberly's cares deeply for the environment and farms in a sustainable manner.
Wild Georgia Shrimp are produced by one of the few highly sustainable fisheries. They cannot be over-fished. There is no over-fishing in our industry. Shrimp are prolific spawners that only live approximately one year. The shrimpers producing Wild Georgia Shrimp are mandated to install Turtle Excluder Devices (TEDs) that must be 97% effective in releasing incidentally captured live sea turtles from their nets to achieve and maintain federal certification.
TEDs not only free sea turtles, but release anything greater than 4 inches in width, such as large fish, crab, sharks, rays and other sea creatures. Shrimpers are also mandated to install Bycatch Reduction Devices (BRDs) to allow smaller finfish that manage to slip through the TED the ability to escape.
Dubberly's has been kind enough to write a letter to our customers explaining the dangers of shrimp preservatives. A contact link follows should you wish to correspond with this wonderful family.
Gourmet health food, like Certified Wild Georgia Shrimp, is alive and well at Eagle Wood.
214 Vernonburg Avenue
Savannah, GA 31419
Date: September 21, 2010
To: The customers of Eaglewood Farms and Eaglewood Gourmet Food, Route 44, Pleasant Valley, Connecticut 06063.
Dubberly’s Mobile Seafood is HACCP complaint with regular inspections by the Georgia Department of Agriculture as well as the U. S. FDA. The HACCP plan is supplemented with written Sanitation Standard Operating Procedures (SSOP’s) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s).
Use of Sulfites:
Dubberly’s Mobile Seafood may on occasion use small amounts of sodium bisulfite when specifically requested by a customer to meet their processing requirements. Product packages and the corresponding customer invoice are marked with the phrase “contains sodium bisulfite”. Dubberly’s Mobile Seafood also segregates and packages Individually Quick Frozen (IQF) shrimp which do not contain sulfites. These shrimp are harvested, immediately flash-frozen on-board the fishing vessels in a brine solution and labeled “all natural”.
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