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Orkla Foods Sweden and Pacifical have joined forces to bring sustainable, MSC-certified skipjack tuna* from PNA waters to consumers through the Swedish brand Abba.

The move is reflective of Orkla’s “leadership towards seafood sustainability, marine ecosystem conservation and economic development in regions mostly dependent on tuna,” said the company.

"We are proud that we now can offer consumers full knowledge and traceability for all of our canned tuna, from store shelves back to the actual...

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Smoked Salmon Variety Pack

Brooklyn, New York-based smoker Acme Smoked Fish has launched a premium Smoked Salmon Variety Pack under its Acme brand, to be available for purchase as of 1 December at participating retail locations.

The 9-ounce Smoked Salmon Variety Pack package includes 3 ounces of each unique cured and smoked salmon flavor: Gravlax, Traditional and Black Pepper. Gravlax is seasoned with dill as a means to “recreate the unique style of an old Scandinavian tradition.”

Traditional is Acme’s original smoked...

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Aramark, one of the United States’ largest institutional foodservice providers, plans to purchase more sustainable seafood.

While Aramark has had an internal seafood policy, which included the goal of sourcing from Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch-approved suppliers since 2008, its new external policy heightens its commitment to purchase sustainable seafood.

Its new Sustainable Seafood Sourcing Policy reinforces a pledge to purchase 100 percent of its U.S.-contracted seafood from...

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Salmon farming giant AquaChile has opened up its fifth retail store in its South American home country, part of a company initiative to sell more of its fish locally.

The store opened 1 December, and is located in Puerto Varas, in the central area of the country. It offers customers Atlantic and coho salmon, as well as trout and tilapia. It joins other AquaChile salmon retail stores in Santiago, Pucón, Puerto Montt and Aysén.

"We want to continue to bring our premium products closer to local...

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SK Entree 318

Americans are eating healthier food, in many cases by adding fish and shellfish to their diets. And a small but growing number are seeking out and buying plant-based proteins for the sake of their health.

According to a recent National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) report, Americans increased their annual seafood consumption to 15.5 pounds of fish and shellfish per person in 2015, up nearly a pound from the previous year. At the same time, global sales of meat substitutes...

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