Altamar Foods Corporation

Altamar Foods Corporation

Distributor, Exporter, Importer
FL, United States
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Altamar Foods Corp is a frozen seafood production and export specialist company. The company is headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and has a plant located in Paita, Peru. Altamar's plant can process 500 tons of product per day and is BRC-certified. Altamar has the full capability of packaging for a customer's brand.  

Altamar has 15 private vessels and the company works with more than 50 artisan vessels. The company is committed to providing high-quality seafood products to meet the needs of its clientele. Altamar is driven to continue working to achieve excellence in the fishing industry.

    Sustainability Partnerships
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    15
    Total Species
    18
    Total Sources
    4/13/20
    Last Product Update

    Distribution Regions and Business Locations

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    511 SE 5th Avenue
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    United States
    • Asia
    • Canada - Atlantic
    • Canada - Central & Interior
    • Canada - Northwest
    • Canada - Pacific
    • Europe
    • Mexico
    • South America
    • USA - Mid Atlantic
    • USA - Midwest
    • USA - Pacific Northwest
    • USA - Rockies & Southwest
    • USA - South Atlantic
    18 Results: Viewing 1-18 Seafood Products
    Seafood group Origin Harvest Method Sustainability Rating FIP Source

    Argentine Red Shrimp

    Pleoticus muelleri
    Argentina
    Bottom Trawls (Industrial Fleet)
    Seafood Watch: Avoid

    Argentine Silverside

    Odontesthes regia
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Atlantic Cutlassfish

    Trichiurus lepturus
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Caribbean Red Snapper

    Lutjanus purpureus
    Unassessed Origin
    Wild-caught
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Jumbo Squid

    Dosidicus gigas
    Peru
    Jig
    Seafood Watch: Good Alternative

    Mahi-mahi

    Coryphaena hippurus
    Ecuador
    Longline
    Seafood Watch: Good Alternative

    Mahi-mahi

    Coryphaena hippurus
    Peru (FIP)
    Longline
    Seafood Watch: Avoid
    FIP product

    Mahi-mahi

    Coryphaena hippurus
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Patagonian Inshore Squid

    Loligo gahi
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Peruvian Calico Scallops

    Argopecten purpuratus
    Worldwide
    On-Bottom Culture
    Seafood Watch: Best Choice

    Silk Snapper

    Lutjanus vivanus
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Spiny Lobster (Caribbean)

    Panulirus argus
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Spiny Lobster (Ornate)

    Panulirus ornatus
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Vermillion Snapper

    Rhomboplites aurorubens
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    White Grunt

    Haemulon plumierii
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated

    Yellowfin Tuna

    Thunnus albacares
    Indian Ocean
    Hand-Operated Pole-and-Lines
    Seafood Watch: Avoid

    Yellowfin Tuna

    Thunnus albacares
    Pacific Ocean - West Central
    Trolling Lines
    Seafood Watch: Best Choice

    Yellowtail Snapper

    Ocyurus chrysurus
    Unassessed Origin
    Unassessed Fishing Methods
    Seafood Watch: Unrated