Mobjack Bay Seafood
Mobjack Bay Seafood of Gloucester Virginia, is one of the largest wholesale seafood distributor in the Hampton Roads area of Virginia. We ship all over the United States, as well as offering retail sales at our facility or through our secure, website store. Mobjack specializes in fresh clams and aquaculture oysters grown at it's sister company Ward Oyster, which is also at the same location.
Mobjack Bay Seafood is a family run, wholesale seafood distributor that ships all over the United States, as well as offering retail sales at our facility or (NEW) at our online store. Mobjack specializes in the best quality clams, wild oysters, and features our aquaculture oysters grown by sister company, Ward Oyster. These oysters are spawned at our own hatchery, and placed in cages in the pristine waters where the Ware River meets the Mobjack Bay, giving you a perfectly balanced, quality oyster 12 months a year.
We ship daily from our distribution center or order seafood from our online market [Overnight Delivery] throughout the United States as well as service local communities like; Williamsburg, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Newport News, and Yorktown.
- Mobjack specializes in clams and aquaculture oyster
Mobjack Bay Seafood is a family run, wholesale seafood distributor that ships all over the United States, as well as offering retail sales at the facility.
John Vigliotta started harvesting clams on the Great South Bay of Long Island in 1970. In 1978 he started Moriches Bay Shellfish, a company operating out of Moriches Bay on Long Island and serving the Philadelphia and Greater New Jersey areas.
In 1987 his interest in aquaculture and the growing of clams and oysters caused him, along with his family to move to Gloucester Virginia. There he worked for Ward Oyster Co., and in 1989 became a part owner of the company. In 1991 he took over full ownership. In 1995 he started a sister company, Mobjack Bay Seafood, Inc. to facilitate the sales and distribution of Ward Oyster Co. products as well as purchasing and marketing clams and oysters across the country.