A startup in Southern California is selling meal kits that are focused on sustainable seafood.
According to an article in The Memo, the new meal kit service called Trashfish is trying to fix how seafood is harvested.
Founded this September by Ren Ostry, Trashfish is “the grassroots version of a meal kit delivery service”. Think HelloFresh, Gousto or BlueApron, but with a special focus on seafood sustainability, according to The Memo.
Ostry’s fish-filled boxes are lined with fresh, wild-caught seafood sourced direct from California fishermen, artisanal pantry items and exclusive recipes from prominent LA chefs, according to The Memo.
Members can sign up for either one month, one season (three months) or two seasons (six months) of biweekly boxes. They can pick between different portion sizes, shellfish-free, gluten-free, and kosher options. And their boxes can either be picked up every two weeks at farmers’ markets throughout Los Angeles, or delivered to their homes.
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