Luke’s Lobster taking on processing for Inland Lobster

Workers in a Luke's Lobster lobster processing facility
Luke's Lobster is taking over lobster processing for Inland Lobster | Photo courtesy of Luke's Lobster
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Luke’s Lobster is taking on lobster processing for Inland Lobster, both companies have confirmed to SeafoodSource. 

Luke’s Lobster first opened its own seafood purchasing and production business in Saco, Maine, U.S.A. in 2013, has been expanding steadily and operates restaurants across the U.S. Inland Lobster is a division of Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.-based Inland Foods, which recently rebranded from Inland Seafoods.

According to a release, Inland Lobster will move to focus on its live lobster sourcing and selling business, which supplies the Inland Food’s distribution centers and customers in the U.S. The company will also provide Luke Lobster with live lobsters from its buying stations in Maine and its live shipping facility in South Portland, Maine.

Luke’s Lobster will in turn take on Inland Lobster’s processing to produce lobster products for both companies at Luke’s current facility in Saco, Maine.

Luke's Lobster Co-Founder Luke Holden told SeafoodSource that the move comes as …

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