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With so many options available, low-fat, delicious seafood should be a staple in everyone's diet. That's why Dahl's is committed to providing the freshest and highest quality selection possible.

Both fresh and frozen, our seafood department has a terrific assortment that ranges from salmon and tilapia filets to octopus and frog legs. We also feature a variety of convenient pre-cooked options including shrimp cocktail – a favorite at any gathering. If you don't see just what you're looking for, let us know! The exact items you want are just a special order away. Stop by and check out the variety at your neighborhood Dahl's store today.

Cooking Seafood

Common Seasonings

  • Cod – Fennel Seed, Lemon, Parsley, Thyme
  • Clams – Garlic, Marjoram, Thyme
  • Crab – Basil, Tarragon, Thyme
  • Salmon – Basil, Chives, Dill Seed, Green Dill, Lemon, Marjoram, Summer Savory, Tarragon
  • Lobster –  Basil, Tarragon

Popular Side dishes

  • Rice Pilaf
  • Steamed Vegetable Medley
  • Asparagus with Hollandaise Sauce
  • Coleslaw

Health Benefits of Seafood

Research has shown that the vitamins, minerals, fats and healthy oils contained in seafood can help keep your body in tip-top shape. Include it in your diet for health success!

  • Vitamin A – seafood is an abundant source of this vitamin needed for healthy skin and eyes.
  • Vitamin D – helps the body absorb calcium to strengthen teeth and bones.
  • Zinc – plays a large role in cognitive functioning and immune boosting, as well as a host of other functions that keep your body running smoothly.
  • Iodine – essential for the thyroid gland which controls growth and metabolism. A deficiency in this vital nutrient causes goiters and other unpleasant conditions.
  • Selenium – makes enzymes that protect cell walls from cancer-causing free radicals and helps prevent DNA damage caused by radiation and chemicals.

Seafood has also been proven to have a direct beneficial impact on several parts of the body.

  • Heart – by studying Inuit populations in the Arctic and their low levels of heart disease, researchers learned of the heart-health benefits of seafood. Adding a single portion of fish to your weekly diet can cut your chances of suffering a heart attack by half! 
  • Brain – More than 10 percent of the brain is made up of lipids, including Omega-3s. You can boost your brain power and enjoy a tasty meal by consuming more oily fish (like salmon or anchovies). Some studies have even suggested that individuals who eat fish at least once a week could also have a lower chance of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease. 
  • Joints – adding fish to a balanced diet has been shown to help the stiffness and soreness associated with rheumatoid arthritis – a painful condition that reduces strength and mobility by causing the joints to swell.