Seafood Expo North America
March 11, 2018 - March 13, 2018
The Seafood Marketplace for North America
Seafood Expo North America attendees meet with thousands of colleagues and suppliers to find the newest fresh, frozen, and packaged seafood products and stay current on industry trends.
Seafood Processing North America attendees share ideas, find new processing equipment, make connections and get the news on preparing, delivering and packaging seafood products.
More than 22,600 total attendees from over 120 countries attend the event.
Technology company Seafood Analytics has launched its new Fishboard electronic fish-monitoring device, which allows for researchers, seafood farmers, processors, at-sea observers, fishermen, and other seafood industry professionals to efficiently measure and store important electronic information about the fish they acquire, process and sell.
Implementers of Fishboard will be able to use the device to “quickly and easily assess length… Read More
Kiliç Deniz, one of Turkey’s leading aquaculture and seafood companies, is sensing a meagre opportunity in the United States.
Kiliç exports its products to 65 countries, but its growth strategy is pointed firmly in the direction of the United States, Kılıç Holding Vice President Sinan Kızıltan told SeafoodSource at Seafood Expo North America in Boston, Massachusetts on 11 March.
The fully-integrated aquaculture oper… Read More
Boston, Massachusetts-based supplier Slade Gorton and Company celebrated 90 years in the seafood industry at this year’s Seafood Expo North America event by launching its new retail-ready Fish n’ Chips meal kit, featuring fresh, all-natural Icelandic cod lightly-coated with crunchy, toasted crumbs.
The meal kits feature 10 ounces of Marine Stewardship Council-certified Icelandic cod portions, as well as five ounces of fresh-cut … Read More
Reykjavic, Iceland-based seafood company Iceland’s Finest is hoping that its award-winning product line, Icelandic Seafood Starters, will persuade younger generations to choose seafood more often, according to the company’s export manager, Jóhannes Egilsson.
“What we would really like to do is help the younger generation, the millennials, to consume seafood,” Egilsson told SeafoodSource at Seafood Expo North A… Read More
A new initiative led by the Ecuadorian seafood industry is aiming to improve the country's reputation as a source of safe and sustainable shrimp.
The Sustainable Shrimp Partnership was launched by seven founding members from Ecuador on Monday, 12 March at Seafood Expo North America. The SSP is a certification based on Aquaculture Stewardship Council standards, but with augmentations for water quality, traceability, and antibiotic usage.… Read More
Open Blue, a Panama City, Panama-based aquaculture firm specializing in cobia, introduced a new range of premium frozen cobia products for both foodservice and retail applications at Seafood Expo North America on Monday, 12 March.
The new line includes IVP fixed-weight cobia portions, buffet cuts, and taco strips. Open Blue is also expanding its portion range with a branded 10-ounce retail pack and a two-pound IVP club-pack format.
“For our… Read More
Seaweed is the new kale.
The buzz around seaweed products is growing louder by the day, as they make their way into mainstream grocery and club stores, and are featured on restaurant menus across the United States.The deeply nutritious greens, which are mineral-rich, contain essential amino acids, and are good sources of high-quality protein, are considered by many to be the new “superfood.” More consumers around the globe are recogni… Read More
Blue Star Foods is rolling out a line of grab-and-go seafood items, which feature QR code traceability, at Seafood Expo North America in Boston, Massachusetts.
Blue Star’s new Grab and Go line includes two four-ounce Crab N Go foil pouches – one with claw crab meat and one with lump crab meat – and a four-ounce Shrimp N Go pouch, according to Blue Star CEO and CSO John Keeler.
“The population is moving at a fast pace. We a… Read More
The signature catchphrase of beloved celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse could be heard up and down the many aisles of Seafood Expo North America on Monday, 12 March, when the culinary master arrived in Boston, Massachusetts to support his wife Alden Lagasse’s growing caviar business.
Louisiana Caviar Co., which was purchased by Alden Lagasse and her business partners, Amy Hollister Wilson and Alison Vega-Knoll, almost two year… Read More
While smoked fish is popular on crackers and bagels, it has traditionally not been considered an ingredient in ready-to-eat meals.
However, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.-based Acme Smoked Fish Corp. is aiming to change that with its new Blue Hill Bay Smoked Fish Poke Bowls. The new bowls come in two varieties: smoked salmon and smoked ahi tuna.
Adam Caslow, co-CEO of Acme, told SeafoodSource the bowls are intended to bring a new type of consum… Read More