Greenland Seafood launches new innovative premium range featuring Alaska pollock

Published on
March 29, 2018

European frozen fish supplier Greenland Seafood announced the launch of five new premium meunière recipes starring Marine Stewardship Council-certified Alaska pollock fillets in advance of Seafood Expo Global / Seafood Processing Global, taking place 24-26 April in Brussels, Belgium. The company will showcase its new premium range during the exposition, which is considered to be the largest seafood trade event in the world.

The new range caters to current consumer trends and tastes, which gravitate toward natural products that are processed as little as possible and are sourced through responsible, sustainable fisheries, Greenland Seafood said. In addition to Lemon and Parsley, the traditional version that is already available, five new varieties are featured in the premium meunière line, including:

  • Tomato and Oregano
  • Rosemary and Crushed Black Pepper
  • Crushed Black Pepper with a Dash of Salt
  • Seeded Crust
  • Lemon and Crushed Black Pepper 

Preparation, by pan-frying or oven-cook has been made simple in an appeal to a variety of consumers in different age demographics, according to the company.

“The dishes are quick and easy to prepare, and the aromatic aspect of each particular recipe will give adults and children alike just what they are looking for,” Greenland Seafood said in a press release. 

The new range is available to both the retail and foodservice sectors. The range will be showcased at Seafood Expo Global from 24 to 26 April at the company’s stand on the expo’s Patio (P-4415). 

Greenland Seafood specializes in the production of seafood, “be it plain, battered, or fish bites,” and operates two processing factories: one on the coast of Wilhelmshaven, Germany, and the other located in Wimille, France. The company produces more than two million fish-based meals a day, and works with retailers and fish wholesalers in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Great Britain, Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Eastern Europe.  

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