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D’Artagnan, better known to readers of this blog for its yearly cassoulet cookoff and its excellent line of gourmet products, has just taken the plunge into the area of sustainable seafood. The expansion is in direct response to consumers’ growing culinary sophistication and interest in responsibly sourced proteins being conveniently delivered to their homes.

“During the early months of the pandemic we partnered with a local fish purveyor to both support their business and provide our customers the convenience of home delivery on a range of grocery items,” said Andy Wertheim, the company’s president. “Seafood was so popular we wanted to make it a permanent addition to our offerings, specifically for our website customers.”

“Because of our name and reputation, we were able to partner with outstanding sources for our fish,” said Ariane Daguin, CEO and founder. “We are proud of the choices we now offer — from jumbo scallops and sockeye salmon to organic shrimp and Chilean sea bass. And now you can get surf and turf ingredients together at”

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