South Shore Seafood Exchange

South Shore Seafood Exchange is a nonprofit, community-supported fishery in Scituate, Massachusetts, that provides fresh fish from the local fishermen from our local waters. Our goals are two-fold: to re-establish a link between the local fishermen and the surrounding communities and to allow local restaurants and residents access to this freshly caught native resource.  Our fresh fish is caught, cleaned, fileted and distributed in biodegradable zip lock bags in Scituate.  Our fish never leaves Scituate!  No carbon footprint!


Interested to have your fresh fish delivered free to 
your door weekly?  Sossexi now offers free delivery for your convenience! more info...

August 8, 2014 at the old Pier 44 - FREE FOOD!  more info...

Our fresh local fish shares still available now
and an inexpensive way to try us! 
You may sign up now!





Supporting Local Catch

Courtesy of Wikipedia

We sell filleted fish to individuals, families, and restaurants.

In addition to weekly pickups in Scituate  we are offering pick up at Holly Hill Farm, Cohasset and South Shore Organics in Hanover.  Delivery Service is also available.  Send me an email and I will help you.  Do you have an idea for another satellite fish distribution location?  Please send an email to

Fish Varieties Include

• Cod • Dogfish • Pollock
• Haddock • Fluke • Scup
• Flounder • Hake • Skate
• Butterfish • Monk • Whiting 


Our community has been involved in fishing for hundreds of years. After talking with local fishermen, who have more than 50 years of experience, we wanted to offer a place for fishermen and local residents to connect and purchase locally caught fish.

Organizations that commit themselves to sustainable living practices have helped create  South Shore Seafood Exchange Inc.  they include.

Sustainable Scituate
Sustainable South Shore 
Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance 
Edible South Shore Magazine
Friends of South Shore Fisheries
Captain Frank Mirarchi

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