Before there was red lobster menu 2020, there was Bill Darden, a man excited about making delicious, high-quality seafood available and affordable to everyone, including those who lived far from the coast. What was once a single, family-owned restaurant in Lakeland, Florida, presently has over 700 locations.
Traceable. Sustainable. Responsible. They are a lot more than just words on our menu – it’s our promise that all the seafood we serve is sourced to the highest standards. Because, as one of the world’s largest seafood purchasers, we feel it’s our responsibility to protect and preserve our oceans and marine life for generations in the future.
Traceable – Traceable – all our seafood is 100% traceable to a known and trusted source
Sustainable – Sustainable – we just source from suppliers who follow industry best practices
Responsible – Responsible – we support and follow regulatory efforts that manage red lobster menu and mandate our suppliers adhere to all applicable laws. Doing things the right way since 1968.
Red Lobster has become dedicated to seafood sustainability since we first opened our doors in 1968. As being a founding member of the Global Aquaculture Alliance (GAA) in 1997, we helped establish guidelines for best practices and aquaculture certifications. We’re also proud to get spent decades building personal relationships with suppliers who share our values.
Lobster fishing isn’t just work. It’s a way of life in countless coastal communities…a tradition passed down from generation to generation. Red Lobster is proud to back up the people in these communities who fish responsibly to make sure there’s lobster to trap and revel in for generations in the future.
Maine Lobster is iconic, and never just because it’s our logo. It will be the most sought-after lobster because of its large claws, sweet flavor and tender texture. Protecting this prized species is important to us. That’s why alfqwv support regulations that require responsible fishing practices.
We partner with suppliers who adhere to the Atlantic Coastal Fisheries Cooperative Management Act – a federal act with mandated conservation measures for that waters where Maine Lobster is found. Our partners also follow regulations concerning trap limits and steer clear of using fishing methods that can harm environmental surroundings, like dragging for red lobster holiday hours.
On our menu, you’ll often find Snow and King crab. There are more varieties that can create a special appearance on our menu, if they’re deemed abundant to capture responsibly, like Bairdi and Dungeness. Whatever the species, every crab we serve is wild-caught using crab traps or “pots.”