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While the intense rivalry between the United Kingdom’s leading supermarkets continues to provide savvy shoppers with a generous array of competitively priced food offers, the latest data from the U.K. Seafish Authority suggests that when it comes to seafood, the country’s consumers increasingly have a preference and see the most value in the more expensively positioned chilled category.

According to Seafish, retail sales of seafood for in-home consumption topped GBP 3.1 billion (USD 3.8...

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Innovative new products in this year’s Alaska Symphony of Seafood competition range from candied salmon ice cream to salmon leather tote bags.

The Symphony of Seafood, now in its 24th year, seeks to promote value-added product created by the seafood industry in Alaska. First-place winners are given an opportunity to display their winning products at Seafood Expo North America (SENA) in Boston, Massachusetts, 19 to 21 March.

“In the 24th year of this annual competition, we are still seeing...

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Young's Gastro

U.K. manufacturer Young’s Seafood Ltd. is launching its biggest ever multimedia advertising campaign to support its Gastro frozen fish brand.

Beginning Wednesday 18 January, the multi-million pound campaign will see Young’s brand ambassador, Malcolm the Cat, voiced by English actor Rupert Everett, return to TV screens nationwide. Other campaign elements will include radio adverts, social media activity, trade and consumer PR.

“We hope this new campaign will continue to inspire people to love...

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Sea Catch

Sea Catch Restaurant & Raw Bar Hooks, located in historic Georgetown, Washington D.C., has hired a new executive chef and rolled out a revamped menu for 2017.

Steven Rosenthal now serves as the executive chef for the restaurant, bringing with him a wealth of culinary experience. Most recently the executive chef at Old Ebbitt Grill, Rosenthal received training at Le Cordon Bleu, and has worked and traveled through Italy, France, England, Boston, Las Vegas and Washington D.C. His culinary...

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A new rule being implemented this week in one of China’s major port cities on the east coast is intended to stop price-gouging by unscrupulous restaurateurs taking advantage of the growing demand and affordability of seafood.

With Chinese media and seafood industry spokespeople now regularly reporting how seafood has become a “food of the masses” due to rising incomes, the Municipal Price Bureau in Jinan has enacted a "Jinan Catering Price Code of Conduct.” The code commands catering...

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