Fox Point Oysters raises healthy oysters in a licensed area and operates under strict licensing and harvest regulations put forth by several state agencies including NH Fish & Game, NH DES and NH DHHS. Oysters are raised in bags, cages and 'free-range' on the ground and are cleaned, gently tumbled and harvested by hand using gentle methods that keep the oysters happy and safely feeding from the waters on Little Bay. Each oyster is hand selected and quickly scrubbed before bagging and icing prior to delivery. Oysters are harvested same day when possible and delivered within hours of harvest. Fox Point Oysters partners with reputable restaurants, wholesalers and retailers that keep the oysters safe and cold until sale and deliver to a diversity of areas in southern NH. Laura Brown (owner) began raising oysters in large part for the positive ecological benefits oysters have on their environment.
Fox Point Oysters
About Fox Point Oysters
Fox Point Oysters delivers fresh, healthy, delicious oysters raised in the clean, crisp waters of New Hampshire's Little Bay. Owned and operated by Laura Brown, this small oyster farm respects the water and ecosystem and raises oysters using eco-friendly, low impact techniques. Fox Point Oysters offers pick up and delivery options to local consumers, wholesalers, retailers and restaurant establishments. Please visit www.foxpointoysters.com to learn more and get some briny, sweet, crisp Fox Point Oysters direct from the bay to your belly!
Seafood OfferedOysters, Oysters (Eastern Oyster, Crassostrea virginica)
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What are the Local Catch core values?
The value statements outlined below aim to create a higher level of accountability and trust, both internally within the network and externally to the public, in order to advance the movement of Community Supported Fisheries (CSF) and like-minded community-based seafood operations.
- Community-Based Fisheries
- Fair Access
- Fair Price
- Eating with the Ecosystem
- Traceable and Simple Supply Chains
- Catch and Handle with Honor
- Community and Ecosystem Based Fisheries Management
- Honoring the Ocean
- Creativity and Collaboration