Distribution – Salt Lake

Ocean Beauty prides itself on timely deliveries with only top quality fresh and frozen seafood. Our refrigerated trucks bring the best-of-the-best product to ski resorts in Utah (Snowbird, Park City, The Canyons, Solitude) and Wyoming (Jackson Hole), along with fine restaurants and retailers in all markets. The casinos of Wendover, Nevada appreciate our variety and professionalism.

The Ocean Beauty team can answer all your seafood questions and fill most any seafood need.

We deliver to all of Utah and parts of Nevada, Idaho and Wyoming.

Ocean Beauty’s Salt Lake Distribution location is the largest seafood distributor in Utah, providing a wide selection of quality seafood to customers in Utah, Wyoming and Nevada.

Offering the freshest seafood available, a full-time HACCP program, and timely deliveries via our fleet of refrigerated trucks. Our sophisticated lobster and crab system enables us to provide live lobsters and crabs year round.

As Utah entered the federal shellfish re-shippers’ program, Ocean Beauty was right at the front of the pack in qualifying for a license.

Top Products

  • Fresh Atlantic Salmon, Whole, Fillets & Portions
  • Fresh King Salmon Fillets
  • Fresh and Frozen Sockeye Salmon Fillets
  • Coho Salmon Fillets
  • Fresh Halibut
  • Fresh & Frozen Cod
  • Shell On or Peeled Shrimp

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Contact Us!

(801) 972-3494

Please Note: Ocean Beauty is not open to the public.

Other Species

Ocean Beauty is the go-to authority on Alaska wild salmon, but by no means do we overlook pacific halibut, flounder, cod, sablefish, rockfish, crab, and a plethora of other wild caught seafood from Alaska. We move literal tons of fresh market fish such as tuna, mahi mahi, lobster, tilapia, atlantic salmon and seabass. Just try to stump us!

Ask about our fresh daily oyster selections like kumomoto, skookum and Olympia –or– maybe you need sushi and sashimi grade fish? Our sushi experts are ready to wax poetic about saku blocks, ahi poke, surimi, ikura, and sockeye salmon for the ever-popular sake nigiri.