Seafood smoker highlights poke bowl phenomenon with new products

Published on
June 26, 2017

Brooklyn, New York U.S.A.-based seafood supplier Acme Smoked Fish Corporation is celebrating a classic Hawaiian specialty with its newest products, Blue Hill Bay Smoked Fish Poke Bowls, which come in two varieties.

Capitalizing on the rising popularity of poke, a rice dish featuring marinated seafood, the Blue Hill Bay Smoked Fish Poke Bowls feature smoked salmon and smoked tuna, pre-portioned for single-serve convenience, said the company. The product features microwave-ready rice packets, Acme’s signature poke sauce, its special blend of poke seasoning and salt-cured, slowly-smoked fish cubes. 

The product is easy to assemble, and makes for a great meal on the go, according to Acme. 

“We’re excited to introduce our newest Smoked Fish Poke Bowl, a fast, satisfying, and nutritious meal on the go, at your desk, or at the dinner table,” explained Adam Caslow, the company's co-CEO.

The poke bowls pack 20 grams of protein per serving, and 1,400 mgs per serving of omega-3 fatty acids. Responsibly-sourced salmon and dolphin-safe, wild-caught, sashimi grade ahi tuna are used in the bowls. 

The company encourages consumers to garnish the poke bowls to reflect the Hawaiian tradition, adding ingredients such as avocado, cucumber, watermelon radish, edamame and other toppings of their choice.

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