Waterfront BISTRO Shrimp
Safeway’s exclusive and sustainably sourced seafood brand, Waterfront BISTRO offers shrimp, fish and mussels in the seafood department. Choose from farmed raw shrimp, cooked shrimp, wild gulf shrimp, and wild Argentinian Red Shrimp.
In addition to shrimp, the seafood options available under the Waterfront BISTRO brand include farmed Tilapia fillets, Swai Fillets, Wild Alaskan Cod, and Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon.
You can also get sustainably raised mussels, fresh crab, calamari and breaded shrimp products at your local Safeway or Albertsons affiliate.
Available in wild-caught or farm-raised, the farm-raised Waterfront BISTRO Shrimp is sustainably sourced from Indonesia. Safeway carefully selects farm-raised seafood that is either certified or rated by leading third-party sources that have a commitment to high standards for environmental and social responsibility, traceability, and food safety.
For consumers looking for wild-caught seafood, Safeway offers Waterfront BISTRO gulf shrimp, which is caught wild in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Texas and Florida.
It has a strong wild shrimp flavor and is delicious in tacos, etouffee, or anytime you want a strong shrimp flavor to shine through.
For more wild-caught seafood options at Safeway, be sure to check out the Open Nature Seafood line, which includes wild shrimp, Key West pink shrimp, sockeye salmon, sea scallops, wild-caught halibut, swordfish, tuna and more.
The following sizes are available in Waterfront BISTRO Raw and Cooked Shrimp
Count Per Pound:
- Colossal: Under 15
- Extra Jumbo: 16-20
- Jumbo: 21-25
- Extra Large: 26-30
- Large: 31-40
- Medium: 41-50
- Small: 51-60
- Extra Small: 61-70
- Salad Style: 71+
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1 thought on “Waterfront BISTRO Shrimp – Safeway and Albertsons Exclusive Brand”
First time purchaser of the Waterfront Bistro brand Argentine Red Shrimp. It was totally disgusting.
Upon opening the bag of frozen shrimp, it smelled as if they had sat out and spoiled before being processed for proper storage. I cooked the shrimp and ate some. It caused diarrhea after about 2 hours in both me and my partner. It also stunk up our house with a terrible smell.
I have purchased Kirkland brand Argentine Red Shrimp from Costco. It smells and tastes very good (you should try it, THEN try Waterfront Bistro’s Argentine Red Shrimp-TOTAL difference).
The Kirkland brand Argentine Red Shrimp were delicious, not smelly, did not cause upset stomachs and tasted fresh, crisp and clean. It is my belief the two brands process differently and the Waterfront Bistro brand let’s their meat sit out and spoil before processing.
I wanted to ask for you to consider purchasing from a different packager/supplies. I was disgusted at my purchase from Safeway of Waterfront Bistro frozen/tail on/raw Argentine Red Shrimp.