LIW_logoWelcome to our co-op!

Atlanta Eats Wild is a fresh seafood buying club for landlocked folks in Atlanta, GA who want the freshest seafood possible.

We buy directly off the boat from Lummi Island Wild. You SUBSCRIBE TO OUR LIST to receive notices about when to order. Then you order directly from Lummi Island Wild. Lummi ships their fresh catch (frozen on the boat) to us to a central location. Then we all pick it up on the designated day. Details are below and in the email notices that you will receive from us.

You would be very hard pressed to find much fresher seafood in our area. Please visit the Lummi Island Wild website to learn about their sustainable fishing practices and various offerings from salmon to scallops and lots in between.

Individuals as well as local chefs buy with us regularly. All our orders take advantage of buying direct in bulk from the source to get the best prices and the freshest seafood possible.

If you want to split a case with someone we can help you with the split at the pickup. Just let us know. Looking for someone to split with? Join our Facebook page and you will surely find someone.

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Order directly from Lummi Island Wild

  • CREATE an account
  • If the order says “shipping to your house” you are NOT in the right place. Try again or CALL HEATHER 770.367.5298.

A 5% club discount will be applied at the end of the purchase. Shipping is $2.00 a lb.

$10 purchase or $5 donation to NGE for freezer space

We ask that everyone donate $5 or purchase at least $10 worth of something Nature’s Garden Express to thank them for letting us use their freezer space. This allows us to set up a dedicated pick up location and time and keep the fish frozen and in the best possible condition. This is our way of giving them some business in return for their help because we couldn’t do this without them.