Patagonia seafood supplier Latitude 45 debuts new ready-to-eat smoked salmon products at SENA19
Patagonia seafood supplier Latitude 45 is debuting three ready-to-eat smoked salmon products at the 2019 Seafood Expo North America event, taking place in Boston, Massachusetts this week from 17 to 19 March.
The new offerings include 10-ounce Smoked Atlantic Salmon Pre-Sliced Loin, eight-ounce Smoke Roasted Flakes, and 16-ounce Smoke Roasted Flakes.
Response was positive for Latitude 45’s six-ounce Cold Smoked Salmon Loin, inspiring the company to pursue a 10-ounce version. Made from fresh premium salmon, the 10-ounce Smoked Atlantic Salmon Pre-Sliced Loin is slow cooked within 24 hours of leaving the water using natural Chilean Oak and native ingredients, with all dark meat dry brined, trimmed, and removed for a clean product finish, the supplier said.
The company now also offers its signature hot smoked salmon roasted flakes, made from hand-selected fresh Atlantic Salmon sourced from the pristine waters of the Chilean Patagonian region, in eight-ounce and 16-ounce packages. The flakes are boneless, skinless, fully-cooked, and ready-to-eat, Latitude 45 said, and can serve as a topping on salads, pasta dishes, or as a healthy snack on the go.
“Latitude 45’s smoke roasted flakes are the ideal choice for consumers looking for a convenient yet satisfying and nutritious meal,” the company said in its new product announcement.
Each of the new products – the 10-ounce Smoked Atlantic Salmon Pre-Sliced Loin, eight-ounce Smoke Roasted Flakes, and 16-ounce Smoke Roasted Flakes – are CTPAT certified, Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) 4-star certified, and OU Kosher. The smoked salmon roasted flakes products are packaged using Latitude 45’s innovative modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) packaging, “which was developed with the goal of providing customers with an easy to handle, ready-to-eat premium product,” Latitude 45 said.
The company is exhibiting at SENA19 at Booth #841, and will have its new products on display there throughout the entirety of the event, it said.