The Spark: Interview with Tal Petty

by Hollywood Oyster, September 20, 2017

Bree Whitlock interviews Tal Petty of Hollywood Oysters

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Wholesale Capabilities

by Hollywood Oyster, September 20, 2017

Many oyster farms choose not to invest in their packing plants and refrigeration, but Tal discusses why Hollywood Oyster Company does things differently.

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How we Roll for Wholesalers

by Hollywood Oyster, September 20, 2017

We understand that chefs and wholesalers have specific needs. Tal talks about the importance of supply and cleanliness.

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Wholesale Packing Process

by Hollywood Oyster, September 20, 2017

The most important things about packing is refrigeration. We wash the oysters so they are ready to eat on arrival. Learn more from Tal on the way Hollywood Oysters packs wholesale orders.

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Hollywood Oyster Brands, Flavor Profiles

by Hollywood Oyster, September 20, 2017

Hollywood Oyster Company has three farmed raised flavor profiles ranging from sweet to full ocean salt. Tal talks about the difference between farmed oysters and wild oysters.

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Oyster Farming Process at HOC

by Hollywood Oyster, September 20, 2017

Take a tour of Hollywood Oyster Company’s farm and learn about the process of farming this east coast oyster delicacy.

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Tal and Na — an unlikely, but very sexy — love story

Tal and Na — an unlikely, but very sexy — love story

by Hollywood Oyster, July 14, 2017

  Tal Petty grew oysters as a hobby at his family’s farm and learned from watermen about the ups and downs of oysters in the Chesapeake Bay. While evolving from a hobby to a commercial oyster farming operation, Tal researched different growing methods and gears in different geographies. As he … Continue reading

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Bay Journal - Article: Spat over oyster lease near historic manse leads to legislation

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