Blue Harvest


Blue Harvest works with Australia’s premium Blue Mussel producers, handling over 800T of mussels annually to provide customers with a full category solution for their live and blanched mussel requirements…


Spencer Gulf Blue Mussels

From the pristine waters of South Australia’s Port Lincoln comes the fat, juicy, delicious Spencer Gulf blue mussel. Fed by the cold, nutrient rich, southern ocean waters, these mussels are a superb example of our best home grown Australian seafood.

Boston Bay Blue Mussels

Bursting with sweetness and tenderness, Boston Bay blue mussels have a high meat to shell ratio and are simply fat, delicious nuggets of oceanic goodness that have become a firm favourite of Australian chefs and seafood lovers.


For more detailed information about our mussel products, you can download the Blue Harvest Brand Catalogue (pdf) below.

Download Blue Harvest Brand Catalogue

Our Mussels Producers

Blue Harvest works with quality producers of mussels to deliver premium quality products to major Australian seafood retailers and wholesales.

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New Season Boston Bay & Spencer Gulf Mussels

It's that special time of year again when harvesting starts on the New Season Blue Mussels at Eyre Peninsula Seafoods. Tender, juicy, sweet and irresistibly good, these perfect little mussels are the best thing about coming into winter and are well worth waiting a year for... xxxx We think everyone should know about our new season mussels and so have come up with a cool poster that explains the growing cycle. You can download a printable copy of the poster by clicking here. (Poster is branded Boston Bay but Spencer Gulf branded poster is also available on request - please email: xxxx [button link="" size="large" color="dark"]Download New Season Boston Bay Mussels Poster[/button]

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Supply Update – What’s Fresh?

PRAWNS xxxx Fresh tiger and banana prawn supply this year for Easter is looking very weak and will be significantly less than what was available for the same period in 2016. A combination of the loss of product from the Logan River region, and very hot water temperatures in North QLD have combined to leave our current supply levels at historical lows. xxxx Continued below...

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