New look in store for Frostmark-brand turbot, haddock

Published on
January 10, 2017

Southstream Seafoods, the producer and distributor of the Frostmark brand based out of Rhode Island, U.S.A., will be updating its product packaging to align with the company’s new logo and branding aesthetic.

The company, with its new Frostmark packaging, hopes to provide customers with “a consistent label, top quality and superior raw materials,” it said in a news release.

“A picture represents a thousand words,” the company explained. “Look for our trusted Frostmark logo to ensure 100 percent guaranteed net weight.”

Southstream Seafoods is intent on developing its strategic partnerships in the new year, with its new look.

“We believe our worldwide suppliers are an extension of our capabilities and we will strive to develop strategic partnerships to meet our customers’ needs,” the company said.

The seafood featured under Southstream's Frostmark brand include: wild-caught haddock; wild-caught pollock; wild-caught Atlantic cod; wild-caught Greenland turbot fillets; and wild-caught flounder/sole.

Farmed cobia from Ecuadorian farm Ocean Fish S.A. was recently added to the company’s product portfolio under a different brand, as was announced in October 2016.

“For several years the seafood world has been looking for the next ‘Great Fish’ – it appears that wait is coming to an end. Southstream Seafood is excited to become a driving force bringing cobia to the U.S. market,” Southstream said of its new cobia addition.

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