- Product Showcase
- Supplier Directory
- Seafood Handbook
Produced since 1999, the Top 25 North American Seafood Suppliers list (originally published in SeaFood Business magazine) is, perennially, the most-read story produced by SeafoodSource. Containing suppliers, wholesalers and distributors - companies with vastly different business models - the list reveals the diversity and vibrancy of the seafood industry in North America.
This month, SeafoodSource presents a new report, Appraising Proteins: American Consumer Behavior at the Retail Level, the result of a comprehensive survey of seafood consumers in the United States discussing grocery shopping behavior, eating habits and budgets, all with an eye toward comparing seafood to other key proteins such as beef, pork and chicken. SeafoodSource Market Research Analyst Kerry Gross will join us to talk about some of the key demographics covered in the report, and tell us more about how seafood fares on America's dinner plate.
For investors or buyers wondering whether to source farmed salmon, it can be a tough market to navigate, with strong opinions and vested interests everywhere. This eBook examines the industry, providing a snapshot of the most commonly discussed problems and the solutions farmers are devising.
This report details the findings of a SeafoodSource survey of more than 500 American seafood consumers and is the only major study to compare seafood with other grocery store proteins.
SeafoodSource is proud to continue its long legacy of producing its Top 25 North American Seafood Suppliers with Volume 4, its 2018 edition.
Check out this year’s list to see who moved up, who dropped down, and who held steady. And this year’s version includes more in-depth information on all the news affecting the continent’s biggest seafood players, as well as exclusive interviews with C-level executives for three Top 25 firms.
No matter where along the global seafood supply chain you fall, chances are food safety is a top priority for your business – if not the top priority.
Simply put: Quality seafood is safe seafood. As such, suppliers and industry stakeholders all around the world are constantly looking for ways to ensure the sanctity of product portfolios and operations, for the sakes of their business partners, customers, and consumers. SeafoodSource’s 2019 Food Safety and Health Report details some of the leading efforts underway in this critical space – as well as the safety challenges still standing in the sector’s way heading into 2020.