烟熏港海鲜在中国境内的服务目前仅限香港和台湾地区, 给您带来的不便敬请谅解。/ The service of Smokey Bay Seafood in China is currently limited to Hong Kong and Taiwan. We apologize for the inconvenience caused.

Wholesale seafood

As a seafood wholesaler our business is to sell live, fresh, and frozen seafood products to other businesses to be re-sold. We connect the food producers and food operators. Wholesalers like us, help ensure a product is ready to be sold at retailers like markets, grocery stores, and restaurants. Our customers buy in bulk while we manage the details of compliance, shipping, tracking, and more. Smokey Bay does this by having an established more than 20 years of experience in the supplier-vendor networks. We work closely with suppliers to ensure customers are happy with their products. Smokey Bay offers a wide variety of products including live Dungeness crab, live manilla clam, live sea urchin, fresh Atlantic salmon and much more.

DUNGENESS CRAB

LIVE DUNGENESS

CRAB WHOLESALE

MANILA CLAM PACK

LIVE FARMED

MANILA CLAMS

DUNGENESS CRAB

FRESH FARMED ATLANTIC

SALMON WHOLESALE

WILD FROZEN WHELK IN SHELL

WILD FROZEN

WHELK IN SHELL

WHOLESALE SEAFOOD | Smokey Bay

Smokey Bay – Wholesale seafood 

Headquartered in Vancouver BC, on the Pacific Coast, we export quality North American seafood products to customers worldwide.

Our superior product offerings of live, fresh, and frozen wholesale seafood are the result of extensive research, sourcing diligence, pricing strategies, and innovative just-in-time logistics solutions.

We focus on the needs of our customers in terms of timely, efficient delivery, product quality and sustainability. We are experts in navigating the complex food safety standards for wholesalers, food service and retail distributors in North America, Asia, and Europe.

The seafood industry is subject to constant changes due to environmental factors, logistics and supply chain complications, labor and supply issues, wildly fluctuating product demand, pricing, and many other uncontrollable challenges.  With our depth of experience and supplier/vendor network we have been adapting and growing despite those challenges for over 20 years. Please let us earn your trust and help you solve your seafood supply and sales needs.

Wholesale Seafood Buyers

Reach out and speak with us about any of your seafood supply needs. We would love to discuss options for tapping into our diverse mix of exclusively delicious seafood products backed by just-in-time logistics and sustainable practices.

Wholesale Seafood Producers

We are growing! Reach out and become part of our growing network of seafood producers. If you are a seafood producer looking to access overseas markets, please contact us to discuss options.

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