WiAnno
(pronounced we-a'-no) is a quiet village on the south shore of Cape Cod named after the Native American chief of a local Wampanoag tribe.  Thousands of years before the first European settlers arrived, the Wampanoag people were attracted to this region by the large areas of forest, dune, beach and marshlands.

Protected by an undeveloped barrier beach and an 8,000 acre marsh, the pristine nature of Cape Cod provides the perfect growing conditions for producing WiAnno Oysters, Simply the Finest oysters available on the market today!