WHO WE ARE

We believe that we must support "intelligent" wild fisheries while promoting aquaculture as a realistic means to support growing seafood needs. For over 35 years, Far Hills Seafood has been a reliable source for sustainable seafood while educating the community we service in order to support the entire supply chain. While “sustainability” and “local” weren’t trending terms when our story began in the 1980’s, they were words we incorporated into our everyday operations as 'commonsense' practices necessary to ensure the longevity of our food sources, industries, communities we live in, and ultimately our company.

OUR NICKNAME: SONA

Through this focus on sustaining our future, we began using a nickname, SONA. The word 'SONA' came from:

SUSTAINABILITY OF NATURES AND AQUACULTURE

 
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WHAT WE BELIEVE

 

"Sustainability" means sustainable for everyone in the seafood supply chain. It should not single out any group of people/fish to protect another group of people/fish, as long as they are operating within regulations and ethical conducts.

 
 

WHERE WE CAME FROM

Far Hills Seafood opened its doors in 1982, transporting fish from the tri-state seafood hub, Fulton Fish Market just south of the Brooklyn Bridge, before its move to the Bronx. As the business thrived and focus continued to be on fresh and sustainable seafood, we became the first company to begin importing farmed salmon from Scotland - renowned for extreme quality and an emphasis on minimizing the environmental impact of their operations. Later on, we became the first and sole importer of Kindai Tuna to the area, further establishing our mark on the industry. With our history and knowledge from the decades since we first opened our doors, we offer our customers products and service that is unparalleled."

 
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WHERE WE ARE HEADED

 

There are plenty of "seafood polices" out there, but not enough "educators." We thrive to be one. Through the education and information we provide our customers, awareness and responsibility help change the demands and requirements of how our food is sourced. As sources of protein increasingly become a concern for our modern world, we take on the responsibility to educate our restaurants and suppliers in order to make an impact on sustaining a bountiful supply of food from our environment.