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Commitment to Quality

Superior Foods began over 6 decades ago with dedication and commitment to fresh and quality products. We started selling the BEST seafood possible from a simple fish market. Though Superior Foods has expanded over the years, our commitment to quality has never changed. Our growth is driven by dedication to our customers and bringing them new products and ideas.

Superior's business associations and activities are ethical. We are conscious of our fragile environment and we only purchase natural products from reputable and sustainable sources. Specialization gives Superior Foods its distinct advantage in the food industry. We give you what you want, when you want it and the way you want it.

Freshness comes first. We are committed to supplying the freshest products from sources that are closest to where we live. Taking the extra time and planning to purchase from local farmers gives us and you several unparalleled advantages. Besides providing the freshest product possible, we support local businesses and maintain food with the unique character of the region in which it was produced. You CAN count on superior freshness and distinctive quality every time!

Superior Foods does what we say we will do.

Our Products

Food Matters. It matters to us and to our customers who provide food for their customers. Superior Foods strives to provide the freshest foods, local foods and specialty foods available - seafood, meat and produce! Superior Foods takes pride in maintaining the highest level of service to our customers. We understand your business and can partner with you to create the freshest menu items that keep your customers coming back for more! Superior Foods has a deep dedication to our community and the environment – keeping these things in the forefront of our minds, we source from only reputable sustainable companies within our industry. Contact your Superior Foods sales representative today to find out how we can help grow together!

April 23, 2015


Introducing SignalCase, the Superior Way to Ship.

March 19, 2015

March 28, 2015 Weekly Flyer

Hawaiian Spearfish are commonly known as Hebi in Hawaii. Its dorsal fin is shorter than that of other Billfish species, and its bill is very short in comparison. Hebi caught in Hawaiian waters are usually between 20 and 40 pounds in weight.

Hebi has white to pink colored flesh that is somewhat softer than that of Nairagi or Kajiki. Its flavor is mild (although more pronounced than Ahi). It is one of several species of Billfish, which are suitable for grilled or broiled "catch of the day" menu items in restaurants.

All Hebi are line-caught. Longline boats that set hooks in deep water harvest most of the spearfish catch in Hawaii. However, Spearfish are also caught by trollers using lures and baits.

The texture of Hebi is softer than Nairagi and Kajiki with a mild flavor. Hebi is often grilled in restaurants, but other methods such as being broiled, sauteed or served raw is also common.

Hawaii Spearfish is an excellent source of healthy, extra lean protein. It is also low in saturated fat and low in sodium. It is rich in niacin, vitamin B12, phosphorus and selenium. Hebi is also good source of vitamin B6 and iodine.

February 12, 2015

2015 Spring Promotion from Farmland!!

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January 22, 2015

Catch of the Week, January 26, 2015

Amberjacks are members of the jack family, Carangidae, and are found throughout Florida around natural or man-made reefs, rock outcrops and wrecks. It is a colorful fish with lavender and golden tints and an amber band from the eye to the tail. The back is blue or olive green and the side and belly are silvery-white. Occasionally Amberjacks have an amber, even pinkish, cast to the body. Amberjacks are voracious predators that forage over reefs and wrecks in small groups and can weigh more than 150 pounds, but the smaller Amberjacks, weighing 15 pounds or less, are considered the best to eat. They are caught by commercial fishermen using longlines.


Firm texture, white meat with mild flavor. Extra lean fish.

January 15, 2015

Catch of the Week, January 19 - 24, 2015

From the Sea:

Wild Domestic Golden Tilefish

Origin: Wild from Florida’s East Coast

Code: 56205 - Skin On Fillet

Pack Size: 1/10 Lb.

January 02, 2015

Catch of the Week, January 5 - 10, 2015


Origin: Farm Raised in Greece

Item Number: 99283 - Butterfly Fillets - 8-10 Oz.

Pack Size: 1/10 Lb.

$ 15.95/Lb.

December 30, 2014

Harrietta Hills Rainbow Trout

Catch of the Week - December 22 - December 27, 2014

October 06, 2014

Thank You!!

A thank you from Paula...