• Steve Costi.
    Steve Costi.

One of Australia’s most highly regarded seafood businesses, Steve Costi’s Seafood, has launched an online store to deliver fresh seafood directly to its customers’ doors. 

Costi’s online store comes as the business dives into the digital world, aiming to reach more customers with its standard of produce. 

The platform delivers fresh market produce which is prepared and packed each morning, providing a large variety of products such as whole lobsters; fish fillets; oysters; prawns; sashimi platters; ready-made meals such as seafood lasagna and fish pie. 

Before the family run business launched in 1985, Steve’s father had opened a fish shop in Lakemba in 1958. Working directly with local fishmongers, Costi’s Seafood quickly gained traction for sourcing quality and large variety of produce available in Sydney. 

Costi’s has more than 20 stores across Australia and a team of chefs led by industry veteran James Wallis who prepare online meals.

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