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Fresh, Local Seafood at Wild Ocean Seafood Market

With over four generations of shipwrights and fishermen, Cape Canaveral Ship Company found its home at Port Canaveral in the 1960’s when founder Rodney Thompson developed a market for rock shrimp to accommodate Florida’s booming seafood industry.

 

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Expanding operations to include a retail market, Cape Canaveral Ship Company became Wild Ocean Seafood Market and opened its doors to the public in 2007. A family run business, Wild Ocean Seafood Market prides itself in those hard-to‐find Florida originals you won’t find in the grocery store: royal red shrimp, golden crab, golden tilefish, snowy grouper, and their specialty, the Florida Rock Shrimp.

 

 

After picking up your seafood favorites stop and stay for a bite to eat. Try the taco ensalada with crispy romaine lettuce, pico de gallo, homemade fried tortilla strips, and cilantro-lime cabbage. Top it with your favorite fish or shrimp to take this meal to the next level.

 

 

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Other flavorsome items on their menu include the crab cake sandwich with homemade crab cake, served on a toasted brioche bun with the house tartar sauce and a side of fries. Hungry for more? Try their Canaveral shrimp po’boy made with the freshest and local shrimp of the day that gets fried and served on a toasted French hoagie roll, topped with shredded lettuce, tomato and the homemade remoulade sauce.

 

 

With a large majority of seafood consumed in America being imported, Wild Ocean Seafood Market brings you the tradition and value of local freshness. Whether you’re local and looking to send the perfect gift or you’re visiting and want to bring home a taste of Florida, make sure to take advantage of Wild Ocean’s overnight, dock-to‐door shipping.

 

 

For more information please visit WildOceanMarket.com or call (321) 7832300

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