The Taylor family has been growing shellfish in the bays and inlets of Puget Sound and the Washington coast for over 100 years. Their farms are in some of the most beautiful and nutrient-rich tidelands in the world. The clean, clear waters of the Sound provide the environment for growing some of the most bountiful and flavorful shellfish harvests to be found anywhere.
Taylor Shellfish is the largest producer of farmed shellfish in the United States. Under the leadership of the Taylor family of Shelton, WA, business has grown to nearly 500 employees and 11,000 acres of tidelands along the Washington coast and British Columbia. The company also operates hatchery and nursery facilities in Hawaii and California, a shellfish distribution business in Hong Kong, and a black pearl farm in Fiji.