There's not enough tartar sauce in the world to cover up the taste of inferior catfish. That's why, in 1991, five west Alabama farmers set out to create a company that raises and distributes the finest quality U.S. farm-raised catfish on the market, in a cost-efficient, environmentally responsible manner. The idea was simple: the more care we put into our fish, the more taste you get out of it.
This commitment to healthier, sustainable farm-to-fork practices helped us become one of the nation's primary farmers, harvesters, processors, and distributors of American catfish. By 2008, we had earned first U.S. catfish processor to be Best Aquaculture Certified (BAP) by the Global Aquaculture Alliance.
Today, we have over 250 dedicated, trained personnel in Uniontown, Alabama producing over 750,000 pounds of catfish weekly. This hands-on approach allows us to get the fish out of the pond and restaurant ready in less than 50 minutes. And you can taste the difference, whether you're pulling crisp-crusted fillets from the fryer, serving it in a slow-simmered stew, or enjoying it broiled with just a squeeze of lemon.