Acme Smoked Fish introduces three new smoked seafood salads

Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A.-based Acme Smoked Fish has introduced  new line of smoked seafood salads under its Spence & Co. product line. 

The three products are Naturally Smoked Whitefish Salad, Naturally Smoked Salmon Salad, and Naturally Smoked Tuna Salad. Each of the products uses wild-caught fish smoked using native American hardwoods and packaged using high-pressure packaging (HPP), which “maintains the fresh taste and delicate texture of the salads without using any artificial preservatives, as well as extend[ing] the product’s shelf-life,” the company said.

“The new smoked seafood salads are a convenient way to snack, prepare a quick lunch, or feed a crowd,” Acme said in a press release. “Serving suggestions include enjoying on a salad or bed of lettuce, creating a smoked seafood salad sandwich or wrap, or serving as an appetizer by spreading on crackers, then topping with fresh herbs.”

The whitefish salad uses wild-caught whitefish from the U.S. Great Lakes, which is then hot-smoked, mixed with dill, chives, black pepper, and mayonnaise. The salmon salad uses wild-caught Alaska salmon that is hot-smoked, mixed with mayonnaise, lemon juice, chives, cayenne pepper, paprika, and other spices. The tuna salad uses yellowfin tuna that is hot-smoked and mixed with mayonnaise, lemon juice, onion, black pepper, and other spices. The seafood salads are gluten-free and contain no artificial ingredients, and the whitefish salad and salmon salad are certified kosher, according to Acme.

The products are available in seven-ounce packages and will be launched nationwide at Whole Foods Markets this month with a suggested retail price of USD 7.99 (EUR 6.73) each.

Photo courtesy of Acme Smoked Fish


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