Jersey Devil Oyster Party Pack

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Description

The Sprague Family started Blood Point Oyster Company in 2018. Their leases where they grow their Jersey Devil Oysters are south of the Barnegat Bay, located in the Great Bay.
The greatest feature of Great Bay is the Mullica River, one of the least disturbed wetland habitats in all of the northeastern United States. The Mullica (as locals call it), a true river that meanders 50 miles through the Pine Barrens, empties about three miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Blood Point Oyster Co. between those two geographic references.
Blood Point Oyster Co. produces Jersey Devil Oysters in floating cages. Their most identifying characteristic is their plumpness, probably a result of the abundance of oyster food, algae. There's a lot of local lore and as you can probably assume, the Jersey Devil is a part of this region's identity. So is the Sprague Family who settled in the area in the early 1700s...they've probably got some 'oystering' in their blood.

Farmer: Adam Sprague, Blood Point Oyster Co.
Farm Location: Tuckerton, NJ
Production Type: Floating cages
Salinity: 2.8%
Flavor: Crisp Brine, Bright Flavor
Size: 3-4.5''
Cup: Deep


 What comes in the party pack:
  • 25 freshly harvested¬†Jersey Devil¬†oysters
  • 1 fresh lemon
  • Shipped in a cooler with ice packs
  • a 'Time-Temperature' device that ensures safe and cold transit
*Additional items such as shucking knives and condiments can be added to your cart

Shipping for Oysters & Seafood: Our perishable shipping days are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Please select the date in the cart page you would like your items to be shipped. Estimated 1 day delivery from selected shipping date. We suggest choosing a shipping day 2 days or more prior if a specific delivery date is needed, to account for any shipping errors (oysters can be kept refrigerated for a week prior to consumption). We offer free 1-day UPS Ground Shipping to zip codes within Ground our zone (Tri-State Area), and $35 flat rate shipping to all other locations in the US. For bulk orders: $40 shipping fee added for every 50lbs.

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Pickup for Oysters & Seafood: Available Monday-Friday after 12 noon. Orders will be placed under the PICK-UP sign outside at our headquarters (address shown at checkout). All pickup orders receive a $10 gift card via email!

Shipping for Apparel/Accessories:
Shipping rates are dependent on customer location and will be added at checkout. Orders containing oysters and apparel/accessories may be shipped separately and may arrive separately.

FAQs

How long can my oysters last? 

  • Most people find it surprising, but oysters have a pretty good shelf life. They‚Äôre simple organisms. It doesn‚Äôt take much to send them into hibernation mode. Store them in a fridge, cup side down, with a wet paper towel over them. They‚Äôll be safe to eat for at least a week. You‚Äôll know they‚Äôre dead if they open up.¬†

Where did my oysters come from?

  • Your package should have arrived with some printed literature naming the oyster variety. Explore this map for a general area of where each oyster is grown. You‚Äôll notice the saltier oysters are grown closer to the ocean, while the sweeter ones are grown near rivers and creeks.¬†

How do I know if the oysters are safe to eat? 

  • Our packaging practices have been verified safe by a third party. We go an extra step to ensure safety. Please refer to the little tab (Time Temperature Indicator) that‚Äôs on the inside of your package‚Äôs cooler. While most UPS packages arrive on time, sometimes there‚Äôs mistakes. If the tab says there was a temperature breach then just shoot us an email and we will find a way to correct it. For risks associated with eating raw oysters, please visit the FDA‚Äôs website on Advice about Eating Fish.¬†

Can I buy oysters in person?

  • Yes. It‚Äôs always best to order ahead or call ahead to ensure we have what you‚Äôre looking for. Our # is 609-450-9005 and our address is 483 E Bay Avenue in Barnegat Township.

Is it true that oysters should only be eaten in months that have an ‚ÄúR‚ÄĚ?

  • This is old news. This saying was coined prior to the luxury of mechanical refrigeration.¬†