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Mikuni Wild Harvest
Distributor

What began as two brothers and a friend foraging for wild mushrooms in British Columbia in the 1980’s, has since become the internationally successful specialty food supplier, Mikuni Wild Harvest. With a product line that has expanded beyond mushrooms to now include several sustainable seafood products, Mikuni has a devoted clientele of chefs and specialty food retailers.

With two resident 'Fish Specialists' on staff, Mikuni is able to build strong relationships with both local fisherman, and the Native Americans who fish the coastal waters of Washington. This network of local fishermen has allowed Mikuni to source the freshest and most unique seafood varieties that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. From locally sourced red sea urchin, to beautiful ocean run salmon, shipped in rigor mortis from Cape Flattery, Mikuni Wild Harvest provides fresh, quality seafood through a seafood program that is both socially and ecologically responsible.

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Overnight Delivery
Yes
Distribution Notes

Fedex,  UPS,  Local Truck,  Air Freight

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Seafood
Product
Seafood
Origin
Harvest
Method
Sustainability
Ratings/Scores
Seafood
Cert.
Signal Crayfish
(Pacifastacus leniusculus)
Washington, USAPot/Trap
Sockeye Salmon
(Oncorhynchus nerka)
WA-Coastal Rivers, USADrift Gillnet
Sockeye Salmon
(Oncorhynchus nerka)
WA-Puget Sound, USADrift Gillnet
Squirefish
(Pagrus auratus)
New ZealandLongline
Steelhead Trout
(Oncorhynchus mykiss)
Washington, USADrift Gillnet
Swordfish
(Xiphias gladus)
California, USADrift Gillnet
Tarakihi
(Nemadactylus macropterus)
New ZealandLongline
White Sturgeon
(Acipenser transmontanus)
Idaho, USAConcrete Raceways
White Sturgeon
(Acipenser transmontanus)
Washington, USAGillnet
White Trevally
(Psuedocaranx dentex)
New ZealandLongline
Yellowtail Amberjack
(Seriola lalandi)
New ZealandLongline

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