Premium Tasmanian Mussels & Scallops

Spring Bay Seafoods produce some of the finest Blue Mussels in Australia and process both farmed and wild Tasmanian scallops. They are of premium quality because in Tasmania we are fortunate to have some of the purest, coldest water in the world.

Spring Bay Seafoods oustanding products and quality management have been recognised through a series of national food awards and we were recently featured in an excellent documentary on ABC Landline.

We believe you won't find a better looking, better tasting mussel or scallop anywhere.

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Certified Award Winners

Certified Sustainable

Our blue mussels have earned "Friend of the Sea" certification, which is only the second in Australia and demonstrates Spring Bay Seafoods determined commitment to quality, sustainability and the environment. Friend of the Sea

Certified Organic

Spring Bay Seafoods have earned "NASAA" certfication – this is both prestigious and a guarantee of organic integrity, a verfication of Spring Bay Seafoods' support for sustainable agricultural practices. National Association for Sustainable Agriculture, Australia (NASSA)

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The Deep-Water Difference

The deepwater oceanic marine farms stretch across some of the most precious and pristine seawater in the world. Located 2 kilometres offshore with a fast flowing, cold and nutritious current, our marine farm is 25-35 metres deep providing a unique growing environment.

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What Sets Us Apart?

Spring Bay Seafoods is the ONLY mussel producer in Australasia to have developed the know-how and capacity to produce juvenile mussel spat in its own bivalve hatchery, located at our land base on the shores of Spring Bay.

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Murray the Mussel

Myth Busting

Watch the Myth busting video on YouTube

Murray is an Australian Blue Mussel that is determined to bust the long held myth that mussels that don't open are no good to eat.

An initiative of the Australian Mussel Industry Association

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